Average from 158 reviews
Digital technology can make a significant, positive impact on our nation's social and economic wellbeing – enabling stronger, safer, more connected communities (even in the most remote rural areas), opening more opportunities for our children (regardless of their socio-economic backgrounds), and improving health outcomes for New Zealanders of all ages and walks of life.
It can enable Kiwi companies to compete - and win - on the world stage and become smarter, more agile businesses by harnessing all the benefits of new technologies such as Cloud services and the Internet of Things.
Spark's success is dependent on our customers in one key market: New Zealand. That's why we're passionate about using technology to be truly useful to our customers, helping make our country better and enriching the lives of all New Zealanders. We want to be the most valued brand in the home, and the most trusted partner for business.
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Average from 158 reviews
Karina10th October 2017
Pretty average; after multiple modem replacements each year for three years when I decided to leave their offer to get me to stay included yet another free modem but this time that came with a contract of 12 months. Thanks but no thanks Spark, I actually like my internet to work and be reliable instead of crapping out every few months.
Graham King30th September 2017
looking at moving from vdsl to fibre
Paula28th September 2017
anirudh munsami27th September 2017
been with the company for ages, they increase the charges without notification
when asked for a better price, was refused out right , bluntly said no.
sales team needs to be more supportive of old customers
Thelma Muir22nd September 2017
So hard to understand the best deals
Need a phone broker to help sort me out
Phone bill too high
lorna pelvin16th September 2017
works well but seems expensive
Graeme Wells16th September 2017
Spark 4G wireless broadband is our only real option as there is no spare copper cable to our new address and it would cost thousands to have one installed. Actually its a no-brainer as it is only slightly more expensive than the VDSL we had at our previous (neighbouring) address. We were near the limit of distance from the roadside cabinet.
Just slightly more expensive than VDSL and Landline phone. Free modem. Easy setup. Good incentive offer for changing at the time. Quite fast. VoIP, with NZ landline 'toll' calls free.
Rather expensive. Phone not available if electricity is off, though this is not too much of a problem if one has a mobile phone. Two year minimum term.
John Cocks16th September 2017
Broadband works satisfactorily and service when needed has been promote and satisfactory. We don't download large files eg films. I don't have another to compare with except Orcon for a short while and that was seriously bad.
Lorraine Grantham16th September 2017
Works well for me - may not be the cheapest
gerald nelson16th September 2017
Like to have good speed