Ultrafast Fibre Network Complete

15 May 2015

Ultrafast Fibre Limited is pleased to join Communications Minister, Amy Adams, to announce that it has completed building the Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) network in Whanganui.

Having completed deployment of around 330km of network, residents can now connect to UFB through their chosen broadband retail service provider. 

The photos below show (clockwise from top left: Minister for Communications Amy Adams on a virtual reality roller coaster with Mayor Annette Main; People enjoy finding out more about UFB at the expo; Ultrafast Fibre's Chief Executive William Hamilton with Hon Amy Adams; students from Carlton School enjoy the expo. Read more. 

People enjoy finding out more about UFB at the expoStudents from Carlton School enjoy the expoMinister for Communications Amy Adams on a virtual reality roller coaster with Mayor Annette Main​​

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Ultrafast Fibre's Chief Executive William Hamilton with Hon Amy Adams


 


 


 


 

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The Government is continuing to invest in digital infrastructure in communities around New Zealand and we want to hear from you regarding your broadband connection.

If you live in the Whanganui district and you are unable to connect to broadband, or have a broadband service that does not meet your needs, please let us know how that affects you, your business and/or your family. We are also interested in whether you have mobile coverage in your area.

Click here to complete the survey.

Page reviewed: 21 Oct 2016 2:16pm