The Commerce Commission has published an interactive map showing its initial assessment of locations where Chorus will eventually be able to stop providing copper services, such as landlines and ADSL or VDSL broadband, because fibre is available.
Scams continue to be a significant problem for New Zealand consumers with Netsafe reporting that the amount of money lost to online scams alone has tripled to $33 million in the last year.
The Commerce Commission’s latest Measuring Broadband New Zealand report, from independent testing partner SamKnows, shows that Fibre 100 broadband plans are offering high speeds and reliable internet performance across all tested providers and regions.
The Commerce Commission has released its final decision on how much 16 telecommunications providers will each pay towards the Government’s $50 million Telecommunications Development Levy (TDL) for 2018/19.
Every New Zealander who has a phone will likely receive a scam call or scam SMS at some point. By telling your telecommunications provider promptly about any suspected scam calls or text messages you receive, you can help protect yourself and other New Zealanders from being scammed.
The Telecommunications Dispute Resolution (TDR) has released their Annual Report for the 2018/19 financial year.
New Zealand’s waterways will benefit from the thousands of Kiwis who have recycled their mobile phones in the past year.
More New Zealanders now have better internet access with the Government delivering the first phase of roll-out of its Ultra-Fast Broadband programme, Minister of Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media, Kris Faafoi, says.
A collaboration between the telecommunications industry, Government agencies and Netsafe is enabling improved protection from scam calls for consumers.
The Commerce Commission today released its draft determination on how much 16 telecommunications providers will each pay towards the Government’s $50 million Telecommunications Development Levy (TDL) for 2018/19