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The five cell sites, located around Mangere in South Auckland, feature upgraded Nokia technology, including 5G-enabled antennas.These sites will start to enable faster speeds and lower latency for Kiwi customers when New Zealand’s 5G network is switched on in December...
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Vodafone this week announced that it would be bringing 5G to New Zealand as early as December this year. It's a great coup for the mobile network operator and its new owners - Infratil and Canadian investor Brookfield, who bought the company for $3.4 billion - who are s...
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An exclusive partnership between Noel Leeming and Vodafone means customers will now be able to access Vodafone Pay Monthly Mobile plans at Noel Leeming stores.Vodafone, one of New Zealand’s largest telecommunications businesses will now offer the full range of consumer mob...
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Vodafone will launch a 5G network in December.The mobile network will first roll out in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown.Vodafone says at full capacity, 5G will allow devices to operate at speeds 10 times faster than current 4G networks.Read more...
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Spark has expanded its 5G test lab in Auckland, opened last November, to include a facility where others can collaborate with Spark on 5G projects.Spark announced last November the opening of “New Zealand’s first interactive 5G test lab,” in Auckland’s Wyny...
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If there's one piece of technology that's head-and-shoulders more exciting than anything else in 2019, it's 5G.This is the technology that will be powering driverless cars, the Internet of Things, virtual reality (if that ever happens). And yes, most importantly of all,...
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