Vodafone successfully delays launch of Telecoms XT Network until interference resolved

By tonyhughes Hughes, in , posted: 7-May-2009 08:51

Court action resulted in a subsequent agreement between the telcos to have XT delay their launch by 2 weeks, and install additional equipment to prevent interference with the Vodafone network.

Vodafone and Telecom NZ have worked together over the last 48 hours to
reach a solution to resolve the issues between them, which have been
identified by both parties.

This agreement has been reached by both parties, to achieve the best
outcome for their customers, the telecommunications industry and all New

Telecom has agreed to extend its network filter installation programme, in
order to help resolve the interference issues identified as impacting
Vodafone mobile customers.

Vodafone has agreed to discontinue the injunction proceedings.

Telecom’s new XT mobile network will go live for New Zealanders by the end
of May 2009.

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