Does the National Party’s broadband ‘lolly scramble’ now meet your farm?


We were used to the horrible screeching sound of the dial-up on the phone line. We have made more cups of tea than we actually wanted to drink while waiting for an attachment to open.

We are logged out of the bank before the page has loaded to pay your employee. The struggles are real, and so is the struggle to stomach those horrendous satellite internet bills every month.

Craig Young, CEO of TUANZ, previously of Chorus speaks to the Rural Exchange team on what progress we have made and what extra broadband connectivity to farms is in the pipeline with the National Party’s extra funds towards fibre roll-out announced this week in the lead up to the 2017 New Zealand election.

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