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    People using lightning-fast 5G are an exclusive bunch for now

    People using lightning-fast 5G are an exclusive bunch for now

    10 December 2019
    New Zealand's become to 22nd country to switch on the new network - with Vodafone launching it today in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown.

    CEO Jason Paris says not many people have phones capable of using it yet - and they're not cheap.

    But he says they're worth every penny.

    Paris says they'll have much faster connectivity - and no more lag.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
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    Business:
    Saracens chairman Neil Golding claims another audit would've involved more financial and emotional strain 7:27

    International:
    United Nations report says Saudis hacked Amazon boss Jeff Bezos's phone, implicates Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman 7:27

    Law and Order:
    US prosecutors are set to begin presenting their rape case against Harvey Weinstein  7:17

    Politics:
    The Maori Council's urging a moratorium on unrest between Black Power and the Mongrel Mob 7:07

    Politics:
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    Entertainment:
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    Entertainment:
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    Entertainment:
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    Netball:
    Expect to see the Silver Ferns pile on the pressure in the midcourt during their second Nations Cup match against Jamaica in Birmingham this morning 5:47


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