Average from 122 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 122 reviews
Gabrielle11th November 2017
We've never really had any trouble with it, but it seems to be really expensive compared to others. So we're are looking at changing
Andre Gaston 11th November 2017
All good. Fast and reliable
Onno Janssen 4th November 2017
Legacy telecom (spark) service
Fast, reliable with added features like static ip
Way over market rate
craig3rd November 2017
Very slow at peak times and having to reboot router daily.
Rosieblackbeast.email@example.com 1st November 2017
Very slow internet at times, even though we are on fibre at 200. Pay too much for it. No help from faults service.
Andras27th October 2017
open term, easy to move addresses
Dick Lane25th October 2017
The fibre install was fairly efficient. I had to insist on it being put underground. We had one outage when another customer was being connected, and I wonder if the overhead cables along the street will survive in a big storm
Quite expensive once the introductory discounts expired
James25th October 2017
JuJust go to Spark in thames if you want totally incompetent staff. And dont worry its not their fault theyll just put it on your account
Margaret Mortimer24th October 2017
We are not IT savvy and don't run into too many problems. We do think we pay way too much per month
J Daly24th October 2017
Do not recommend. Have has Spark Wireless Broadband for well over a year. Was not any faster than copper (altho this was it's selling point). The landline continually cut out during conversations so we got rid of that thinking it might help. It didn't. Other people have also complained of this happening. Spark seemed unable to help with that problem. There is a limit of 120 GB per month and at $10 for 10GB for extra it is very expensive. Had enough and am looking at going back to copper
Does not need a wire to the house
Useless. Do not recommend. I do not understand why Spark keep on pushing Wireless Broadband so heavily