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Spark boosts data cap allowances - and some prices - on select broadband plans
Spark is upping the data caps - and some prices - on some of its popular home & business plans by as much as 50% to cater for Kiwis' love for data.
Kordia Group beats own target with $12.3 million net profit
Kordia Group has beaten its own financial expectations and raked in a net profit of $12.3 million, $5.6 million (85%) more than expected.
Chorus CEO to step down
Chorus has announced the upcoming departure of its chief executive and managing director Mark Ratcliffe.
Italy earthquake devastation: Spark does its bit for Kiwis involved
“We know many people will be desperately trying to get in touch with friends and family to make sure they’re safe, especially over the coming days."
NEC welcomes new managing director for NZ
"Over the last few years, our New Zealand operations have witnessed exciting local innovations and subsequent growth in new areas,"
Lenovo begins its new fiscal year with a difficult quarter
After acquiring Motorola and IBM’s System x server business, Lenovo’s fiscal 1Q17/calendar 2Q16 earnings revealed lingering growing pains.
Spark celebrates switching on its 100th RBI cell site
"We’re excited that Reikorangi is now home to Spark’s 100th RBI site, connecting the area to the rest of the country."
Spark to test high speed Gigabit connections in Christchurch
“We know that data use in NZ is climbing, and gigabit fibre connections will be desirable for those not satisfied by the current fastest connections."
2degrees' lips are sealed on rumoured Australian telco sale
2degrees is attempting to quash rumours that it’s about to be bought by the Australian Telco TPG.
Two big Government contract wins for Vodafone
“We’re pleased that the new service allows us to establish better quality services for less."
Count 'em up: More big names strike out at Sky-Vodafone merger
Blue Reach, Freeview, InternetNZ, Spark, Trustpower, TUANZ, TVNZ and 2degrees all have serious concerns about the Sky-Vodafone merger.
"We're at a turning point" - Spark pleased despite profit drop
Spark says mobile and platform IT services now outweigh declining areas of the business, which Spark's chairman says reflects a turning point.
Exclusive: The unstoppable monster that is cyber crime
We speak to security experts from Unitec and Vodafone about the ever-changing face of ransomware & what NZ is doing in the cyber security arms race.
Innovative technology keeps Kiwi firefighters safe
“We are very proud to play a part in improving the on-ground experience for our Kiwi Fire Service heroes.”
Spark cries foul: Sky-Vodafone merger officially opposed
Spark has formally announced that it is opposing the Sky TV/Vodafone merger, citing Sky's unfair monopoly on the wholesale sports content market.
Spark hikes up salaries for employees
"As one of the largest tech employers in NZ, we believe it’s important our people are paid at a level that recognises the complexity of our industry."
Vodafone and Unitec team up to fight cyber crime
“To counter what is effectively a security arms race requires a fast, hard, bullish response bringing all the right players together."
Vodafone NZ reveals new smartphone fleet to rival high-end devices
Today, Vodafone announced new additions to their own smartphone range, built as unique phones from the ground up.
Exclusive: 2degrees on Juniper Networks partner of the year win
“We’re really proud to be recognised as partner of the year, it resonates really well throughout our whole organisation”
Juniper Networks partner awards: NZ company takes top spot
“I’d like to extend my congratulations and thanks to all of our partners who’ve worked relentlessly over the past 12 months,"
Stuff Fibre: What are the experts saying?
Stuff's UFB entry may come with complications, according to commentary from Spark and DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie.
2degrees leaves other telcos in dust as 100GbE comes to town
2degrees is the first telco in NZ to activate its 100GbE interconnect to the Southern Cross Cable Network, responding to Kiwis' data appetites.
Vodafone unveils high-tech 'workplace of the future'
Vodafone has officially opened its new Christchurch-based South Island headquarters - the 'most technologically advanced office workplace in NZ'.
Ericsson faces a rocky road - will its premium brand survive?
It is a trying time for the Swedish vendor, which is also being investigated for corruption in Asia.