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Topic # 193874 28-Mar-2016 10:40
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Does anyone know who Push Wireless are? Specifically, what do they sell? They have a on-line site but 'under construction'. 




I ask as they have very strong 400-420 MHz signals blanketing Rotorua.

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Reply # 1533198 14-Apr-2016 20:17

Push Wireless is the governing body of a new DMR trunking service that is presently being installed throughout NZ. They do not sell anything as such, other than airtime. Hope this helps. At present there is coverage in Auckland, Gisbourne, Hamilton, Rotorua and Wellington with new sites soon in other areas of the North Island. South Island roll-out will begin hopefully some time this year.

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  Reply # 1533206 14-Apr-2016 20:38
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As mentioned above it's a new nationwide (well major towns and cities) DMR Tier 3 mobile radio network. My understanding from chatting to somebody about this last year was that Tait were putting a lot of $$$ into funding part of the network which is using all their kit.



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