UFB coming to more Putaruru households
Putaruru is one of the latest towns set to benefit from Government investment in an Ultra-fast Broadband (UFB) expansion programme.
The Government has announced it plans to invest $300 million to expand an Ultra-fast Broadband (UFB) programme to an additional 151 towns across New Zealand.
Phase one of the UFB programme brought fibre access to 38 areas in New Zealand including Tokoroa, Taupo, and Cambridge.
MP for Taupo Louise Upston said it will be of significant benefit
‘‘High quality internet makes a difference to the way we run our local businesses, with access to the digital economy and greater commercial opportunities.’’
to local internet users.
‘‘For our regions, this means the Taupo fringe and airport, Turangi and Putaruru will gain access to UFB,’’ she said.
‘‘High quality internet makes a difference to the way we run our local businesses, with access to the digital economy and greater commercial opportunities. In schools, students and teachers can benefit from online learning resources and explore innovative approaches to teaching and learning.’’