Pacific Internet’s healthy plans

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Pacific Internet’s healthy plans
The Hunter Urban Division of General Practice (HUDGP) has re-signed with Pacific Internet as its provider of broadband services.

The agreement is stage two of the Federal Government’s Broadband for Health (BFH) program which has so far roll out ADSL services to 85 GPs.

On top of the 90 broadband services already supplied to local general practitioners (GPs) represented by HUDGP in the Hunter and Newcastle area, Pacific Internet will provide a new managed network security service - SecureSite - powered by Cisco hardware.

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