Net neutrality is barely discussed in New Zealand, but market changes make a conversation necessary, says Internet NZ.
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New Zealand telco Spark has seen its profits fall 12.7 percent on back of a 2.7 percent decline in revenue.
The second stage of Spark's NZ$70 million-per-year re-engineering program ended with data cutover on the weekend.
Declining calling and access revenue is only partially offset by growing mobile and IT services sales for New Zealand telco.
Shift to naked broadband, IP services and aggressive price competition continue to take their toll.
New trans-Pacific cable moves a step closer after inking a deal to land its cable and for backhaul.
Converged technologies could, and arguably should, lead to converged regulation.
Australian-listed telecommunications provider M2 will buy New Zealand's third-largest internet service provider.
20-year veteran Chris Quin parts company with New Zealand's largest telecommunications retailer.
New Zealand's Telecommunications Users' Association and InternetNZ weigh in on final pricing decision for monopoly copper network services.