New Zealand govt reveals its $1.5bn high-speed fibre plan

The Government has unveiled plans for a new Crown-owned investment company that will spend up to $1.5 billion on high speed broadband infrastructure, reports The New Zealand Herald.The new company will drive the Government’s plan to boost broadband speeds to 100 megabits per second – more than 50 times faster than speeds generally available today – by laying fibre-optic cables to homes and businesses.To read this report in full from The New Zealand Herald, see:

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