WiFi Insights in the South Pacific Historical

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Last updated: 12 Feb 2013 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 11


The information in this insight on WiFi, highlights developments of this technology in some of the South Pacific Islands and also includes information on New Zealand WiFi developments.

Some of the information comes from BuddeComm reports where noted while other information comes from separate company and external researched information that may not be in our South Pacific reports.

As some of the information is updated infrequently it may not be the latest available.

Separate information on WiFi developments in Australia is available separately from www.budde.com.au

Latest developments:

WiFi expanding across the region as the topology allows coverage where fixed access lines are unable to be deployed.

Companies mentioned in this report:

Zenbu Networks, Telecom Cook Islands (TCI), TFL, Digicel, Fintel, Connect, Tomizone.

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