Fibre broadband is much faster than standard broadband, offering download speeds from 30Mbps up to almost 1000Mbps. It is not yet available everywhere as standard broadband, but coverage is growing all the time so you have a good chance of being able to get it.
Latest figures on ultrafast broadband uptake have been released and it seems that New Zealand is loving fibre broadband with over a third of New Zealanders with access to Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) now connected.
The team at Broadband Compare are very happy to be highlighted in the #StartUpWatch section of NZ Entrepreneur Magazine! Read more
Can you get better broadband? The new Chorus campaign to encourage people to ask for better broadband (askforbetter.co.nz) is music to our ears at Broadband Compare...
The latest TrueNet reports show Vodafone with a strong decline during the day and into the evening, in stark contrast to all other ISP results on any fixed line technology.
Claims by Chorus that it has New Zealand’s top ten cities for fast, fixed line broadband have been questioned by New Zealand’s other three Local Fibre Companies… so where really is the fastest broadband in New Zealand?
We feel the need... the need for broadband speed! Latest figures on the fastest internet connections in NZ have been released by Chorus today.
With the changing of the clocks, we know that winter is well on the way… and winter affects much more than just the need for a woolly jumper and extra vitamin C.
Read all about it! The latest broadband statistics and broadband news from Chorus about the state of their network and the changes to fibre in Chorus serviced parts of New Zealand.
Great news out of the Beehive today with Communications Minister Simon Bridges welcoming today’s announcement that the Tasman Global Access cable is up and running, enhancing New Zealand’s telecommunications resilience and global connectivity.