Latest news on BroadbandCompare.co.nz 20.09.2016
Today we have updated plans for:
In a press release today from Netflix, the global video streaming giant, they have declared war on internet data caps by saying that data caps should be declared illegal and every home granted unlimited downloads to cope with the demands of streaming video.
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Latest news on BroadbandCompare.co.nz 12.08.2016
Today we have added a new ISP:
We've Identified a DNS issue for some of our customers with Static IP's. We will provide an update once our engineers have identified any issue. Please refer to our network status page for updates.
Chorus has today announced that it will extend its one gigabit (1Gbps) residential and SME business fibre broadband service across its entire Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) footprint from 1 October 2016.
Latest news on BroadbandCompare.co.nz 29.08.2016
Today we have added three new ISPs:
Spark, one of the big two broadband providers in New Zealand has announced a raft of changes to its broadband plans as it responds to the changing demands of a data hungry nation that New Zealand has become. There was a press release today that announced Spark has responded to growing demand for data by increasing broadband plan allowances by 50%... however this does also mean a change to some prices.
After the initial A – AGREE phase of my fibre installation I was feeling very confident about the whole fibre installation process. Everything has been overly communicated, texts, phone calls, email confirmations, the online status tracking…. Basically everything was good. Now to the BUILD...
Part 2 of our Fibre Installation case study - the AGREE element - working with the fibre installers to decide how and when the fibre broadband comes into your house.