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Outage critics ‘highly misinformed’

Tuesday 31 October 2017 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Local

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Outage critics ‘highly misinformed’
Bluesky, Te Aponga Uira and T&M Heather staff were hard at work on Saturday restoring some services at the burned-out Aroa cell site. 17103027

Bluesky Cook Islands has lashed out at a report from New Zealand media which stated that the company had been condemned for not having a disaster recovery plan after fire destroyed one of its core sites in Aroa, Arorangi.

Bluesky Cook Islands has lashed out at a report from New Zealand media which stated that the company had been condemned for not having a disaster recovery plan after fire destroyed one of its core sites in Aroa, Arorangi.


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