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Retail service providers line up to use NZ's FTTH network

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http://www.itwire.com – Thirteen telecommunications service providers have indicated their interest in selling services on New Zealand's Ultra Fast Broadband Network, the equivalent of NBN Co's FTTH network in Australia.Crown Fibre Holdings, the Government company set up to manage rollout of the UFB has released the name of companies that have signed letters of intent to retail UFB services. They are: CallPlus (Slingshot); FX Networks; Kordia; MaxNet; Orcon; Rural Link for Hamilton only; TrustPower Kinect for Tauranga; Uber Group for Whangarei; Velocity Networks for Hamilton; Vodafone; Woosh; WorldxChange and XfNet, (IT news)