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Kim Dotcom proposes free broadband for New Zealanders

Kim Dotcom proposes free broadband for New Zealanders

Updated 12 November 2012, 12:43 AEDT

Grand plans, by a colourful internet identity, to bring free broadband to the homes of all New Zealanders has won support from a range of stakeholders.

The man behind the scheme, Kim Dotcom, says he has a dream to build the 400 million dollar cable for his own company, with the bonus of free access for individual customers, and a reduced charge to business and government.

The idea has won some support in New Zealand with Paul Brislen, from the country's Telecommunications Users Association, saying it would be a huge boost for the country.

Presenter: Alexandra Wake

Speaker: Paul Brislen, Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand

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