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February 11, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

And British Telecom International is hotting up its battle with Cable & Wireless Plc by becoming a major player in a planned Pacific Rim fibre optic cable system that will link Australia with Guam and New Zealand with Hawaii, the loop being completed by the planned US-Guam-Japan cable in which AT&T is the major player, and the cable already announced between Australia and New Zealand: Telecom’s partners on the two new cables, each to cost around $285m, are the Australian and New Zealand PTTs, Kokusai Denshin Denwa Co of Japan, and Teleglobe Canada.

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