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Linking rural health centres to broadband and a rapid reduction in mobile "black spots" around rural NZ are key areas of focus for RHĀNZ.
The MobileTECH conference at Rotorua was heralded as a showcase for emerging technologies and a forum to bring together designers, innovators and early adopters.
'Bold' new broadband rural connectivity targets have been welcomed by the Rural Health Alliance Aotearoa NZ (RHANZ) and the Telecommunication Users Association of NZ (TUANZ).
It's no secret that the quality and availability of internet connectivity in rural communities varies greatly.
Wireless Nation says their partnership with Rural Health Alliance Aotearoa New Zealand (RHAANZ) will give rural communities faster and more reliable Internet access.
High speed broadband is a core requirement for farmers, says Ireland’s Minister for Communications, Alex White.
PGG Wrightson trade account holders can now pay for broadband via their PGG monthly trade account. This is one effect of a deal between PGG and internet service provider Wireless Nation.
A New Zealand internet service provider claims its satellite network is not only taking internet access to all the places traditional broadband can’t reach – it’s now twice as fast.
POLICY WORK on the $150m extension to the Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI) announced just before the election is now being carried out, says Communications Minister Amy Adams.
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