By IT News

The demise of the Pacific Fibre project leaves New Zealand users in a precarious position

With only one operator, Southern Cross Cable, connecting New Zealand to the rest of the world, we face a monopoly that may offer us better rates, but equally may not

Compare this situation with Australia, which already has four or five cables competing for customers, and looks likely to build at least one new system from Perth through Indonesia in the coming years, and the situation becomes critical for New Zealand.

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