PrimoWireless wins tender to connect rural Taranaki and grant for Whangamomona
Some of the most remote homes and businesses in Taranaki will soon have access to the fastest internet available - wireless broadband.
Internet service provider PrimoWireless has been named the Wireless Internet Service Provider for the region after winning a bid for the Government's second phase of the Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI) - a $150 million package to pay for connecting rural areas to the internet.
Matthew Harrison, PrimoWireless managing director, said the RBI funding would mean another 300 people in North Taranaki, including Tarata, Tongaporutu and Ahititi, could be be connected to the internet by mid 2020.
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