Rebranded telco says focus on the customer is delivering results in the second half of its financial year.
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After 27 years, the now separated retail arm of the old Telecom assumes a new identity along with many of its business units.
Telecom announces it is attacking the online content market with the launch of ShowmeTV.
Norway's telecoms regulator has brought in regulations meaning that the country's biggest telco will have to offer local-loop unbundling for its fibre access network as well as its copper.
Wide telecoms-industry participation could eventually help Telco Together Foundation funnel millions per month to indigenous, refugee, homeless and mental-health charities.
Hong Kong-based telco spends US$1.16 billion to up its stake in monopoly landline operator Companhia de Telecommunicacoes de Macau, to a total of 99 percent, as part of wider plans to expand in Greater China.
Chinese telecoms equipment maker is working with a European telco to launch a smartphone running Mozilla's mobile operating system this year.
South Korean telco gets boost from non-telecoms affiliates, offsetting higher network-upgrade spending and marketing costs.
Europe's smaller telecoms firms have warned of a return to the age of telco monopolies, claiming that larger companies are still charging them too much in wholesale fees for their legacy copper networks.The companies, which are members of the European Competitive Telecommunications Association (ECTA), told digital agenda commissioner Neelie Kroes on Monday that their business case for fibre deployment was not sustainable.
It seems a little cruel that Telecom has appointed Gen-i boss Chris Quin to be its acting CEO.
Telecom New Zealand has appointed a hard man as its new CEO.
Telecom New Zealand has announced that the company's former chief operating officer Simon Moutter is set to return and replace Paul Reynolds as CEO from September this year.
Telstra has rejected claims by its competitors that it is milking universal service obligation payments for extra cash.
You have to question the motives of a monopolist when it suddenly slashes prices by almost half.
Telstra's competitors have called for the competition regulator to again reject the telco's structural separation undertaking (SSU) unless concerns about ensuring equivalent services are addressed.
There's nothing like "creative destruction"; every so often, a new technology comes along and replaces whatever it was that went before, such as cars replacing the horse and cart.
Telecom New Zealand has been threatened with action following its plans to go down the "locked" mobile phone route with its new "Skinny" brand aimed at "youth" and the prepay market.
In its infinite wisdom, Telecom New Zealand is to launch a "sub-brand" aimed at "youth" in the New Year.
After scoring a Rugby World Cup own goal, Vodafone New Zealand must surely raise its game.
When Paul Reynolds departs our shores next year, he should leave with the thanks and support of Telecom, and also of New Zealand.