More than 200 towers now built or upgraded to 4G in quest for a minimum of 50Mbps connectivity nationwide by 2025.
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New Zealand network operator Chorus says it wants regulatory certainty after higher wholesale copper price are restored by the regulator.
New Zealand's Telecommunications Users' Association and InternetNZ weigh in on final pricing decision for monopoly copper network services.
After three years, regulator the Commerce Commission finalises its consultations over the price of legacy network services.
Spanish firm Amper contracts Alcatel Lucent for new cable to connect Pacific Islands.
A "visionary" national investment in fibre is paying off big-time, says Chorus chief executive Mark Ratcliffe.
New Zealand telco retailer spies opportunity to expand services and cut costs through software running on commodity hardware.
New Zealand's rural broadband rollout will target speeds of 50mbps by 2025.
Converged technologies could, and arguably should, lead to converged regulation.
A long-running stoush with market regulator the Commerce Commission is taking a financial toll.