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.
Broadband Compare is now ONE whole year old! ...and what a year it has been with over 300,000 comparisons since launch!
So you’ve seen it in the news and want to know if you are at risk. Ransomware is the latest ‘super-virus’ to be released on an unsuspecting world… but what is it and how do you protect yourself?
Have you heard about the Internet of Things (IoT)? You should have… because it is happening all around us... right now...
As we celebrate our first full year of trading as Broadband Compare since our official re-launch on 30th June 2016 we can look back and see the many achievements we have made. It is this great progress that prompted us to enter the 2017 Westpac Auckland Business Awards.
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The inaugural Broadband Compare Awards launch this week in response to the increasingly diversified sector of more than 100 internet providers offering services across the country.
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.