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MyRepublic in hot water over levy requirements
Under the Telecommunications Act, liable companies must provide the Commission with audited financial information that the Commission can use to apportion the levy.
Who’s the greatest NZ Internet provider of them all? Winners announced
The inaugural Broadband Compare Awards ceremony took place last night to determine New Zealand’s best broadband provider. So who won?
Four telcos warned about breaching Fair Trading Act by Commerce Commission
“The complexity and range of goods and services offered by the industry means consumers can be easily confused about product offerings."
We want to download faster! Australia’s first Gigatown
Australians believe they are getting a raw deal on Wi-Fi when compared to what Kiwis have...
Australian-based Quality Connex inks five year deal with MyRepublic
"The term length of the agreement shows the commitment that MyRepublic has to the Australian market."
MyRepublic's Halloween promo narrowly escapes death by complaint
MyRepublic has been let off by the Advertising Standards Authority, after a complaint about a promo that was 'in very poor taste'.
A message from beyond the grave: World's first coffin with WiFi
“In fact our internet connections are so fast people will want to take it where ever they go - even to the grave!”
How MyRepublic proved Gbps speeds aren’t required
MyRepublic understands that there just isn’t demand for Gbps speeds in the SME space.
MyRepublic targets SMEs with 1Gbps 'mass market priced' UFB
MyRepublic says it's taking enterprise-grade 1Gbps symmetrical UFB to the mass market, targeting Kiwi SMB’s with a new offer.
MyRepublic 1Gbps for SME offers new business for resellers
A new 1Gbps symmetrical UFB service priced for the mid-market is offering up huge potential for the Kiwi reseller channel, says distributor Exeed.
Fastest broadband services officially live in Dunedin
Gigabit broadband services are now live in Dunedin today, meaning the city can now access the fastest broadband speeds in the southern hemisphere.
New entrant hits Kiwi ISP space
Fibre-only internet provider MyRepublic is taking on the New Zealand market.
Homegrown talent to shake up NZ Fibre market
Internet service provider MyRepublic has today announced its entry into the New Zealand ISP marketplace, promising to change the game of the country’s UFB market.