Infrastructure Commission identifies telecoms challenges

Staff reporters
Fri, 18 Dec 2020

Staff reporters
Fri, 18 Dec 2020
A new report from the Infrastructure Commission Te Waihanga assessing New Zealand’s telecommunications sector says the country is favourably served in comparison to other OECD nations.Chief executive Ross Copland called NZ’s telecommunications “an infrastructure success story.”"Our telecommunications infrastructure has given most New Zealanders access to high quality data and voice services. The importance of this was seen during the lockdown earlier this year when huge numbers of people needed to work or learn from...

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