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# 77346 15-Feb-2011 07:23
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Looking at the MED site it looks like point to point links have been licensed for the Tauranga area. Maybe the start of new network construction. I hope.  

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  # 439585 15-Feb-2011 07:32
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Also a few links to VFNZ co-locates out papamoa

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  # 440881 17-Feb-2011 20:29
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Can you link me.
I hope this will happen in Hamilton soon too. 

 
 
 
 




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  # 440900 17-Feb-2011 21:26
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http://www.rsm.govt.nz/smart-web/smart/page/-smart/domain/licence/SelectLicencePage.wdk?fromHome=Yes

Licensee = Two Degrees

Location = bop (for tauranga,only shows point to point links at this stage)

Then search

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  # 440906 17-Feb-2011 21:37
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Can't see any sign of Hamilton :/

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  # 440909 17-Feb-2011 21:39
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Thank for that looking interesting, I hope Hamilton is next on there list.

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  # 440914 17-Feb-2011 21:44
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I know this is going OT but after a quick look with google I found the minutes from the Hamilton City Council meeting on the 7th of december:

http://hamilton.co.nz/file/fileid/34282


It mentions details of Two Degrees transmission sites in Hamilton



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  # 442070 21-Feb-2011 19:17
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Lots of point to point links on MED site for Hamilton now...

http://www.rsm.govt.nz/smart-web/smart/page/-smart/domain/licence/SelectLicencePage.wdk?fromHome=Yes

Licensee = Two Degrees

Location = WKT (for Hamilton ,only shows point to point links at this stage)

Then search

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