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The New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) plays a vital role in the New Zealand telecommunications industry through our work to efficiently resolve regulatory, technical and policy issues for the benefit of the industry and its customers.

We enable the industry to work together more efficiently by providing an environment where issues can be identified early, discussed collaboratively, and where possible mutually acceptable solutions can be developed and implemented.

If you are active in the industry and interested in becoming a member, please feel free to get in touch.

Latest News

  • First Anniversary of Nationwide Blacklisting of Lost and Stolen Phones

    The New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) is celebrating the first anniversary of nationwide mobile handset blacklisting for lost and stolen devices, and Christmas is the perfect time to remind everyone of this service.

  • Changes to the Charges for Split Billed Products

    As a result of changes to the Telecommunications Act 2001, from 1 December 2014, the way that telecommunications retailers are charged, at wholesale, for services they provide over the fixed copper network, will change. Most consumers will not notice any difference. However, those consumers who receive their home telephone service from one retailer, and their broadband service from another provider, will see a change to the prices they are charged.

  • Commerce Commission releases draft decision on liability allocation for telecommunications providers

    The Commerce Commission is inviting submissions on its draft decision released today about how much 22 telecommunications providers will pay towards the $50 million Telecommunications Development Levy (TDL) for 2013/14.

  • Mobile Messaging Services Code

    In late 2012 the Mobile Messaging Working Party including TCF Members and non-TCF Members such as mobile aggregators, began a review of the Mobile Messaging Services Code (‘Code’).

  • CEO's Message

    The 2014 General Election is now complete and the results are now well known.

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Current Workstreams


  • January 2015

    • 15th

      NPUG Fortnightly Meeting

      9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
    • 27th

      Broadband Product Disclosure Meeting

      3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
    • 29th

      NPUG Fortnightly Meeting

      9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.