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QBE signs on for multimillion dollar deal with Optus
It will see Optus deliver voice, mobile and data network services for QBE for the next three years.
Unbundling UFB – NZ wholesale/retail changes post 2020
If unbundling can be done well, big players could gain a distinct advantage against the smaller players in the market.
Is the Internet of Things officially mainstream?
"Kiwi companies investing in IoT innovation are facing big global market opportunities."
Spark launches new data offering in response to 'gaming fever'
“As the country catches a new mobile gaming craze, we’ve seen an increase in data use on our mobile network nearing on 10%."
ComCom officially weighs in on Vodafone/Sky merger
“We give clearance to a proposed merger only if we are satisfied the merger is unlikely to have the effect of substantially lessening competition."
Adams calls for industry feedback on Telco Act review
Communications Minister Amy Adams is seeking business & consumer feedback on the regulation of fixed line communication services after 2020.
IO boosts connectivity with Superloop in Singapore
"We are very excited to be working with IO to bring their world class data centre onto the Superloop fibre network in Singapore. "
2degrees founding father sells all shares
2degrees founder Tex Edwards announced today that he has bowed out of the company completely.
Locked up: Thieving Telstra exec sentenced
Jaime Guan Neoh took a total of 263 mobile phones, 13 tablets, four electronic devices and a tablet case.
It's official: Shareholders say YES to Sky-Vodafone merger
Sky shareholders have voted YES to the Sky-Vodafone merger this morning at a special meeting held at the Pullman Hotel in Auckland this morning.
Tomorrow's the big day: Shareholders set to vote on Sky-Vodafone merger
The Vodafone-Sky merger is set to be put to shareholders at 10.30am tomorrow morning (July 6) at the Pullman Hotel in Auckland.
Lenovo targets next-gen cloud data centres for telco industry
Lenovo says it will help clients in this sector build out next-generation data centres using Open Source technologies to address the growing demand.
Pullman cloud high at Sydney Airport
"Our movement towards a cloud-based telecommunications system is quite innovative for the hotel industry here in Australia."
Lessons from Spark’s outage misfortunes
"With customers paying a premium for telco services, organisations can struggle to recover from outage related reputation damage for a long time."
Commerce commission to investigate Spark
The Commerce Commission has recently confirmed it will investigate whether Spark's resale voice services should be deregulated.
Chorus hits back at fault claims: Our network isn't old
“There's no doubt heavy rain & lightning has an impact on the copper network, but each year we have a plan in place to deal with increased workloads."
Spark blames Chorus as wild weather wreaks havoc
"Our customers find it unacceptable they have to wait weeks to get their services back up and running. We agree with them.”
New Zealanders thirstier than ever for more data & bandwidth
The Commerce Commission Telecomms Monitoring Report says data used by broadband subscribers each month rose 50% from 32GB in 2014 to 48GB in 2015.
Study finds mobile not so user friendly
It's reported that 45% of consumers have given up within a minute of their search because it's taken too long.
Spark comes out swinging at Vodafone, claims No.1 spot
The NZ telco market is fiercely contested - now Spark has come out with claims that they’re the biggest revenue earners.
Spark Ventures recruits Remedyforce to transform business operations
Spark Ventures chose BMC's Remedyforce solution to manage infrastructure that 'powers a new generation of consumer and business digital services'.
Spark network provides new IoT wireless solution for farmers
Increasingly, technology is having a bigger part to play in one or our country’s biggest earning industries - and for good reason.
2degrees and NEC NZ embarking on smart cities initiative
Two Degrees Mobile and NEC New Zealand have announced that they are collaborating trend to help make New Zealand cities smarter.
NZ tablet shipments down despite ‘colossal’ detachables growth
"Many of the biggest New Zealand tablet vendors have been switching their focus to developing detachable tablets."