Cheap trumps fast or bundled as reason to pick ISP in NZ
Telco Review Among New Zealand consumers who chose their current Internet Service Provider (ISP) within the last 12 months, by far the most common reason for the choice was to get a cheaper or better deal. Read More →
Tauranga ISP’s cow* to jump over the moon**
Featured IT Brief Tauranga ISP wins global competition to send artefact to the edge of space, dispatches toy bovine. Read More →
~$80-mil Orcon deal? No comment, says key man
Featured Telco Review The rumour mill fires up, delivers big numbers as Kordia’s sale of Orcon looks a dead-cert – though the man apparently at the centre of everything won’t speak. Read More →
Who is Sandvine and why should ISPs care?
Telco Review Techday discovers how the Canadian telco equipment supplier is progressing in the Asia Pacific region. Read More →
Are ISPs selling more expensive UFB plans?
Telco Review ISPs are selling Ultrafast Broadband plans that are no faster than dialup, just more expensive. Read More →
Running an ISP in NZ vs. Australia – Key Differences
Telco Review Running an ISP that operates in both Australia and NZ puts me in a fairly unique position, one that should allow me to give a bit of an insight into the differences in service delivery on each side of the ditch. Read More →
Vadacom kicks off in the cloud
IT Brief VadaXchange business communication system offered off-premise for first time. Read More →
Management shuffle at WorldxChange
Telco Review Who’s in and who’s out? Read More →
UFB for $59 per month?
Telco Review Tauranga-based ISP offers ultra-low prices for Ultra Fast Broadband – so what’s the catch? Read More →
Woosh doubles data caps
Featured Telco Review Vodafone follows suit with its own increase. Read More →
Seeby is back with purchase of Net24
NetGuide Acquisition signals a serious expansion strategy for Orcon founder Seeby Woodhouse, following 18 months quietly re-growing the Voyager brand. Read More →
Maxnet sub-brand lets content consumers get their Fyx
NetGuide New ISP offers ‘global mode’ allowing users to access the internet ‘the way nature intended’. Read More →
Want to help improve New Zealand’s broadband?
NetGuide Testing company TrueNet needs more than 200 volunteers to help them measure the country’s broadband performance – ISP employees need not apply. Read More →
Few kiwis know their content is filtered: InternetNZ
NetGuide Survey shows less than half of internet users are even aware of the DCEFS system that blocks websites with images of child sexual abuse. Read More →
Airnet transforms to secure local leadership role
Telco Review Recapitalisation will allow Hawke’s Bay ISP to take advantage of shift in telco landscape. Read More →