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Are we going to have 3G in New Zealand, courtesy of TelstraClear?
Posted on 28-May-2003 07:53
TelstraClear holds one of the 3G licences in New Zealand, and is now issuing a RFI for network suppliers to build a new, small 3G network.
According to New Zealand Telecommunications Act, carriers can rent capacity out from other networks. But before they can do that, they've to build at least 10% of their capacity.
Currently TelstraClear offer mobile solutions in partnership with Vodafone. Telstra is an Australian company, and Clear was a BT telco bought a few years ago by Telstra.
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