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February 2017

Telecommunications Industry Warns Consumers of Scam Callers

13 Feb 2017

The New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) is warning consumers to beware of scam callers

IMEI Blacklisting Service Renders Mobile Theft Futile

3 Feb 2017

“Mobile phone theft is becoming an exercise in futility” says Geoff Thorn, CEO of the New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF).

January 2017

NESTF 2016 – What do the 2016 regulation changes mean for you?

31 Jan 2017

What do the 2016 regulation changes mean for environmental planning and resource management?

December 2016

Sustainable Coastlines Cleans Up with $32k Donation

19 Dec 2016

RE:MOBILE, a mobile phone recycling scheme run by the New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF), has donated over $32k to award winning charity Sustainable Coastlines in 2016.

Product Stewardship Scheme Annual Report FY16

19 Dec 2016

RE:MOBILE is an accredited Product Stewardship Scheme created for the purpose of reducing the environmental impact of unwanted mobile handsets.

November 2016

New National Environmental Standard for Telecommunications Facilities Positive Move for Industry

24 Nov 2016

The Telecommunications Forum (TCF) today welcomed the announcement by the Communications Minister Amy Adams and Environment Minister Dr Nick Smith about the new NESTF, under the Resource Management Act (RMA), today.

TCF launches new website for consumers

22 Nov 2016

The New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) has launched a new website which has a stronger consumer focus.

Incredible effort restores communications

21 Nov 2016

Communications Minister Amy Adams has today thanked telecommunications companies and their field force partners for their collaborative efforts in restoring physical infrastructure

Bringing you Better Broadband

17 Nov 2016

Ultrafast Broadband (UFB) is the fastest, most reliable broadband service available.

Samsung Note 7 Blacklisted by Telecommunications Industry

4 Nov 2016

For safety reasons the New Zealand Telecommunications industry, in coordination with Samsung, is blacklisting any Samsung Note 7 mobile phones still held by customers.

Last Modified On Wednesday, 21 September 2016