The agreement is 2degreesí first key contract under TaaS (Telecommunications as a Service) and involves WAN, LAN and Wi-Fi connectivity services at more than 120 MPI locations throughout New Zealand including main offices, border facilities, laboratories and fisheries offices.What the press release doesn’t say is that this is the kind of commercial deal 2degrees couldn’t win when it was a mobile-only business. It bought Snap to broaden it’s scope so it could offer landline and data services. he MPI contract vindicates that
2degrees will support and manage MPIís site and user connectivity via its extensive national data network, while its national mobile network will serve the Ministryís mobile connections. Effectively 2degrees will be responsible for connecting the 2300 strong workforce.