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Palmerston North Council calls for telco services

Palmerston North Council calls for telco services

Service providers are needed by Palmerston North City Council to manage its numerous telecommunications demands.

The Council building houses a PABX system, with 56 satellite locations consisting of telecommunication connections via direct standard telephone lines, analogue lines, radio and fibre optic cable links.

It has 233 mobile handsets with 37 mobile data devices being used. The Council also uses 27 telepagers. The scope of the services will include public telephone network access, 0800/0900 services, mobile phones and GPS requirements.

The deadline for replies is Wednesday, November 18. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 27723.


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