New Zealanders are being encouraged to recycle their unwanted mobile phones with RE:MOBILE in support of International E-Waste Day.
The Commerce Commission has released a consultation paper outlining its emerging views and proposed approach to establishing the 111 Contact Code.
Police are issuing a warning over a recent phone scam that has resulted in members of the public losing hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The Commerce Commission wants to hear what New Zealanders like and dislike about their phone and broadband experience.
The Commerce Commission’s second report shows that most New Zealanders are able to reliably stream high definition (HD) video most of the time.
The New Zealand Telecommunications Industry has been working hard to improve customer satisfaction.
The New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) has published a draft of the new Fibre Installation Code for public consultation.
The New Zealand telecommunications industry is working together to ensure that any website with footage of the Christchurch terrorist attack is inaccessible to New Zealanders.
RE:MOBILE is an accredited Product Stewardship Scheme, run by the TCF for the purpose of reducing the environmental impact of unwanted mobile handsets.
The Telecommunications Forum (TCF) is advising consumers of the need to recycle their old mobile phones through an accredited mobile phone recycling scheme.