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For service applications many years old.
 
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Adelaide switches on free outdoor wi-fi 
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Internode network nears full completion.
 
Gen-i to shift Aussie customers to Telstra 
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Reduces staff, operations in the country.
 
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More job cuts signalled.
 
iiNet to sign NBN Co access agreement 
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Telco provider comes around.
 
iiNet adds 23,000 new NBN, fibre customers 
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CTO taking a break.
 
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Reform proposals sent to new government.
 
Telecom NZ to switch on 4G LTE network 
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Access to Wi-Fi network provided with plans.
 
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Government caught in the middle.
 
Telecom and Vodafone grab NZ spectrum  
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One 5 MHz pair unsold.
 
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Changes rolling out.
 
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May contravene international law.
 
Internode to deploy free outdoor wi-fi in Adelaide 
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