Telecom confirms commercial ADSL plans

Telecom says that it will launch commercial broadband data services over an ADSL (asymmetric digital subscriber line) network. Telecom will use broadband network technology from Nokia to offer an array of high speed data services such as high-speed Internet access and remote access to business and residential customers. But when the rollout will start and how much the services will cost is still being worked out.

Telecom says that it will launch commercial broadband data services over an ADSL (asymmetric digital subscriber line) network.

Telecom will use broadband network technology from Nokia to offer an array of high speed data services such as high-speed Internet access and remote access to business and residential customers. Telecom media relations manager Glenn Sowry says when the rollout will start and how much the services will cost is still being worked out.

Telecom has been trialling the technology since last October. Last month Hamilton-based Lloyd Group began offering ADSL- based services to Auckland business users.

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