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Chorus suspends Clearvision Communications from UFB work
“The changes we have made following the release of the independent report are already having a positive impact."
Chorus’ message: just be more committed to paying
Vocus says prices could increase by between $12 and $200 per user, which would have to be absorbed by the provider or paid for by the consumer.
NZ among the world’s countries with the fastest internet
The latest data from OECD's broadband portal has found that New Zealand is punching well above its weight in high-speed fibre.
Kiwis paying more than $100m too much for inferior internet
New research from Broadband Compare has come back with some interesting results for Kiwi households.
Kiwi businesses taking the lead in fibre adoption
A NZ company says Kiwi businesses are right at the top globally when it comes to fibre adoption, but for reasons beyond faster broadband.
Ultrafast Fibre named the fastest growing tech company in NZ
"To win this award once was tremendous, but to make this happen three years in a row is an outstanding achievement by an outstanding group of people.”
Fibre providers chime in on country's fastest broadband regions
Chorus’ latest survey of the top ten fastest services for broadband has ruffled feathers amongst three of the country’s local fibre companies.
Primary students’ results improve with fibre broadband
The New Zealand Government’s investment of over $1 billion into ultra-fast broadband is beginning to show results.
Spark deploys its 'fastest' UFB service to most of NZ
The Kiwi telco has unveiled its latest Ultra Fist Fibre broadband service.
InternetNZ praises Spark's one week fibre installation plans
“Having a fast and reliable internet service is becoming a necessity for many people in our technology-driven lives."
Vodafone announces pricing for gigabit broadband plans
After spending $22 million & partnering with Huawei, much of the cable network Vodafone inherited by acquiring TelstraClear is now capable of gigabit.
2degrees targets ‘multi-device’ users with new fibre broadband offering
2degrees is continuing its quest into the Gigabit market with ‘Speed Boost’, a service that it says will help achieve the 'fastest speeds possible'.
Inside the Kiwi UFB experience - Different Graphic Design & Jeff Oliver Print
"Since having fibre put in, we've started to walk, run and now we're galloping."
Inside the Kiwi UFB experience - Skyline Enterprises
“It’s allowed us to build a single managed wide area network for the business."
New 1 Gigabit fibre offering good news for NZ
“Faster speeds means people can use the internet in ways that were never possible before, creating more innovation and productivity."