New Zealand Rips Out Its Phone Lines

New Zealand Rips Out Its Phone Lines

New Zealand Telecom have announced a $NZ220 million project to switch every telephone line in the country to a VOIP platform within seven years to replace the existing phone network....

Guy Brighton
  • 30 august 2005

New Zealand Telecom have announced a
$NZ220 million project to switch every telephone line in the
country to a VOIP platform within seven years to replace
the existing phone network.

The first residential customers are expected to using the new network
by early 2007 and by 2012 the country’s 1.7 million customer lines will
have changed to the new platform.

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