Canada and New Zealand are not dissimilar and we’re often referred to in the same way – smaller neighbour to larger countries – but our telecommunications environments have diverged significantly over the past decade or so.
2021 updates to the Tenancies Act were designed to give renters more rights around UFB access - so why are some landlords still dragging the chain when it comes to providing their tenants with modern life essentials like the internet?
When NEMA called to say the incoming cyclone would be the biggest in a century it was hard to judge just what that would mean in practice. February saw the industry swing into full crisis mode with damage and destruction on an unprecedented scale.
Q&A - Technologies in extreme weather events
Commonly asked questions about technologies in extreme weather events
I got a text message from a service provider recently giving me an authorisation code for a transaction. I hadn’t bought anything, so this was clearly a scam....
Christmas is a time of celebration, but scammers also have plenty of opportunities to cash in on the festive season. If you’re in the market for a phone or mobile device it pays to double check its pedigree before parting with your cash.
The Telecommunications Dispute Resolution (TDR) service has undergone a year of change with a new structure launching early next year.
When the Ultra Fast Broadband project was first introduced by Steven Joyce after the 2008 election, my home internet was delivered by a Nokia M1122 modem and ran at a blistering 6Mbit/s download speed.
“Hi mum, I dropped my phone and it's completely smashed... this is my new number.”
The Commerce Commission has said it will begin requiring telcos to disclose whether they belong to the Telecommunications Dispute Resolution Service or not. I think this is a really good idea and commend the Commission for it.