Gisborne.net

Gisborne Net

Business is at home in Gisborne

Gisborne.net lays claim to a very important piece of local history . . . the company set up in 1995 by Ronald Brice and Dave Parker was the first to bring internet service to the district.

Twenty years later they are still going strong, providing vital connections to people from all over the region. They are an internet service provider, using microwave wireless and fibre technologies.

Ask Ronald and he will tell you their land-based microwave radio network delivers fast, low-cost internet throughout Gisborne, the coast and Wairoa and is particularly beneficial to those in rural areas.

There’s a big shift to fibre now, and many businesses are finding huge savings in switching to IP phone systems – using the internet as the conduit – some saving as much as $2000 a month.

Gisborne.net
31 Bright Street, Gisborne
06 867 6384
gisborne.net.nz

Business is at home in Gisborne

Gisborne.net lays claim to a very important piece of local history . . . the company set up in 1995 by Ronald Brice and Dave Parker was the first to bring internet service to the district.

Twenty years later they are still going strong, providing vital connections to people from all over the region. They are an internet service provider, using microwave wireless and fibre technologies.

Ask Ronald and he will tell you their land-based microwave radio network delivers fast, low-cost internet throughout Gisborne, the coast and Wairoa and is particularly beneficial to those in rural areas.

There’s a big shift to fibre now, and many businesses are finding huge savings in switching to IP phone systems – using the internet as the conduit – some saving as much as $2000 a month.

Gisborne.net
31 Bright Street, Gisborne
06 867 6384
gisborne.net.nz

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