MARSHALLS TO SET UP ITS OWN INTERNET SERVICE

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (RNZI, May 20) - The Marshall Islands
National Telecommunications Authority, has announced that it will soon become
its own internet service provider or ISP.

The Authority, which has been using ITE in Guam as its ISP, is
bringing in equipment to set up its own server operation.

The Telecom deputy manager, Tommy De Brum, says the equipment
has been ordered and the server should be on-line by mid-July.

The Authority is seeking government assistance to use the
Marshall Islands Internet domain designation of mh for its email address and
websites.

The domain name was apparently given to someone in the US and
the authority is seeking help to get it returned for its use.

May 20, 2003

Radio New Zealand International: http://www.rnzi.com/ 

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