To quote myself from before.
If we get the allocation I will be adding several
wellington and auckland. Then from that I would like to be setup up
some VoIP exchange points most likely starting in APE and WIX.
I want this to be an open and fair system. InternetNZ has been sitting
on this for two years, and this looks like they have not moved forward
on the schedule for the task force. If they have not why haven't they
applied for the allocation. I believe this is something that can not
just be left idle. Someone needs to lead the way if we really want to
do something new and special with telecommunications in this country.I
will be contacting MED after the first of the year. I do have a few
contacts there.We need to work together and not slam people who take
I do take offense to your comments, Steve. Anyone that know me or my
company, knows I am not that selfish nor that ignorant. We are not are
not hiding anything.If you really have questions and would like to
know what is going on, slamming the person you need to get info from
is really counterproductive.
On Mon, Dec 29, 2008 at 7:33 PM, David Farrar <dpf(a)ihug.co.nz> wrote:
From: Steve Phillips [mailto:email@example.com]
(personally, I think this range should be
allocated to InternetNZ/the
DNC/MED just to stop people doing things like this)
I would not get overly concerned. While I can't speak for MED, my
recollection of their policy is that any application for the delegation will
be referred by MED to either the TCF or NAD (basically the Telcos) for
comment, and it is highly unlikely any delegation will be agreed to unless
they agree. If they did agree, then a recommendation would probably go to
the Minister, and if he approves would the ITU be told to approve the
So it is not just a matter of first in first served.
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