Who delivers the most consistent and fastest fibre broadband speeds in New Zealand? This article showcases the fastest fibre broadband providers in NZ from a range of internet providers tested by Truenet.
Vodafone is axing its email service… so if you are a Vodafone user who currently has a Vodafone email address you need to start planning now.
Broadband Compare is growing... and we want you! In this role, you will be responsible for delivering exceptional support and customer service to any enquiries that come through to the 0508 2COMPARE customer contact centre.
The New Zealand Government has announced that it is investing $270 million to roll out Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) to 190 more small towns, and extend rural broadband to another 74,000 households and businesses.
Hot of the press we have some great news about the fibre broadband installation process. If you are one of the several thousand people who have had trouble ordering a new ultrafast fibre broadband because of access issues and objections from neighbours then we are advising you to give it another try!
Now that Broadband Compare has been live for over a year we can pull together all sorts of statistics, case studies and examples where we have helped Kiwis save big... $420 a year big!
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A new ranking table of world broadband speeds has just been released and it puts New Zealand in 30th position in the world… which is pretty solid when you consider the makeup of our geography and the numbers of broadband connections on rural or satellite technology.
News just breaking in the broadband world that four companies have received warnings from the Commerce Commission as they are considered to have breached the Fair Trading Act.
The ultra fast broadband revolution continues at pace! In the latest update released today from the Communications Minister Simon Bridges, we learnt that the first phase of the UFB rollout programme is now close to 80 per cent complete.