On face value I thought this seemed to be a good idea and would mean less of these sometimes controversial towers in the community and a more efficient industry. Is there anything I'm missing?
RockResearch: Found as article that seems to explain it. http://www.stuff.co.nz/technology/it-telcos/2492323/2degrees-co-location-plans-stalled
Seems the RMA got in the way and the towers were not tall enough.
slippers: I heard that 2D had a whole lot of trouble gaining the appropriate access to the sites making co-location an unrealistic proposition...?
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browned: Slight off topic question for PaulB from Voda Phone (Vodafone), why do you call them two degrees when they seem to be going by the name of 2degrees. Are you talking about the same company or something else?