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Topic # 56849 26-Jan-2010 09:41
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I am attempting to source a list of wireless broadband providers in the New Pymouth region for a client.

we want alturnatives to fixed, I have already offered a full mobile broadband solution but also need to make sure no wireless providers are covering them who can provide a more suitable service.

any help would be appreciated





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  Reply # 293186 26-Jan-2010 19:39
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Hi Mike,

I have a friend living on the outskirts of New Plymouth who uses Primo Wireless:

www.primowireless.co.nz

They are very happy with the service, and have been connected for several years now. They made the following suggestion as well:

Check out their coverage map to see whether your client's locality is covered, and if not contact Matt to see what future development of the network he has planned.






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  Reply # 293617 27-Jan-2010 20:23
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Hi bbman,

I own and run Primowireless, feel free to contact me with what you need.

Thanks for the plug grant_k :)

Regards,

Matthew





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www.primowireless.co.nz

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  Reply # 293670 27-Jan-2010 22:21
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No worries Matthew. One of your customers (Tony) gave me the info.







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  Reply # 293697 27-Jan-2010 23:04
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Thanks Matthew - I have passed on the info but might pass on your details to the client, this is a sudivision opportunity.





www.ultimatebroadband.co.nz 
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UFB fibre, Rural fibre on EA networks, RBI wireless, Ruralnet & Ultra wireless, wireless networks


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