The number of actively used fibre-optic connections in New Zealand reached 397,000 in the year ended June 2017, Stats NZ said today.
How do you tell a splitter from a filter? A router from a modem?
Commerce Commission data on consumer complaints reflects the size of the industry
Geoff Thorn, CEO of the Telecommunications Forum (TCF), has responded to a new, simplified consenting process that telecommunications companies must follow when installing modern networks
The New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) has issued a warning to consumers buying bargain second-hand mobile devices through channels such as Facebook groups.
Across the board in New Zealand, real costs of comparable utilities for consumers are increasing over time, while the cost of telecommunications services continues to decrease
The GigCity win was extremely important for Dunedin’s economy because the tech sector is a growing component of the business ecosystem
The Commerce Commission has today released a study showing that 90% of the recent reductions in Chorus’ regulated wholesale broadband prices have flowed through to consumers.
Police Minister Paula Bennett, Communications Minister Simon Bridges and Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne, have announced the launch of a new caller location system
The Government is committed to making New Zealand’s communications network one of the best in the world