A national survey of 500 New Zealanders has found many are prone to misinformation and urban myths about 5G - the new mobile technology being adopted by Vodafone, Spark and, down the track, 2degrees. READ MORE:• PM's chief... (Date:12/06/2019 05:41) Read full article >>

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