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!
We're up for another award and we need your help. Voting for entries in The People's Choice Award category of The David Awards is open, and we would really appreciate your support in voting for Broadband Compare
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.
The Broadband Compare team enjoyed a great night out last night at the New Zealand Software Association's Angel at my Table event... and we are very happy to say... we won!
The Broadband Compare Awards is another step closer to its full complement of judges with the announcement today that Craig Young, Chief Executive Officer of TUANZ, is joining the judging panel of the inaugural Broadband Compare Awards.
The NZ Software Association's 'An Angel at My Table' event is one of the most popular nights on the NZSA calendar. Early-stage entrepreneurs pitch to a panel of three ‘dragons’ and Broadband Compare has made the final!
It was announced earlier this week that Adrian Pickstock, Chief Executive Officer of The Interactive Advertising Bureau of New Zealand (IABNZ) has joined the judging panel of the inaugural Broadband Compare Awards.
Last week saw the Communications Minister Simon Bridges welcome the start of the Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) build in Picton, Horotiu, Thames, Dargaville and One Tree Point, as the extension to the Government’s UFB programme gathers even more pace.