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. We were prepared for a regional response but the scale of the damage was bigger than any of us were prepared for.
Commonly asked questions about technologies in extreme weather events
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.
Another year in the bag and I swear they’re passing faster than ever. While the last few have been somewhat odd to put it mildly, 2022 was at least a little bit brighter and more entertaining.
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.”
Review the TCF activity in 2021/2022. From the work we do with the Commerce Commission to our key initiatives like Re:Mobile and the copper transition factsheet.
The telecommunications sector welcomes the Mayor’s initiative to fix the region's mobile phone blackspots and acknowledgement of our significant ongoing investment both in Tāmaki Makaurau and across the whole country.
The Telecommunications Forum (TCF) welcomes the Commerce Commission’s emerging views paper on improving retail service quality of product disclosure for mobile and broadband services.