Telecom submits proposals to build NZ fibre network

Telecom submits proposals to build NZ fibre network

Telecom NZ (ASX:TEL) has submitted its response to the New Zealand government’s invitation to participate in New Zealand’s Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) project.

The operator has provided proposals under the government’s preferred commercial model, as well as an alternative proposal.

CEO Paul Reynolds said the proposals have been designed to meet the needs of all access seekers, in keeping with the government’s desire that it be a “dark fibre” network.

“Make no mistake, this will be a future-proofed, built to international standards, 'open to all comers’ network,” he said.

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