Working from home clogs mobile networks

Working from home clogs mobile networks
Dan Brunskill
The telecommunications industry said it is urgently working to manage high call volumes as many Kiwi employees move to working from home.Many calls have been unable to connect today as mobile networks have been slammed with high volumes.Chief executive of the New Zealand Telecommunications Forum, Geoff Thorn, said high mobile calling volumes have resulted in congestion across the country.“In light of the evolving covid-19 situation the technical teams of all operators have been working together on a daily basis to ensure the entire industry is...

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