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R2.co.nz Live Webcast: The Future with High Speed Broadband

Webcast of "The Future with High Speed Broadband" from Auckland, courtesy of r2.co.nz.

The event dates are Monday 20 February and Tuesday 21 February. The conference website is http://www.futurebroadband.co.nz/

More information - Commerce commission press releases:
Issue paper on high speed broadband demand-side study
Join the webcast of The Future

Due to the nature of live events, you may need to reload the player page, press the play button to start the video feed or wait a few moments until the video begins.

Alternative bit rates and video formats are available here - includes link for mobile devices

After the event, recordings will be made available, at the R2.co.nz index page for Future with High Speed Broadband Conference

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