Auckland experienced no significant drop in broadband performance compared with the rest of New Zealand during lockdown, the latest Measuring Broadband New Zealand report from the Commerce Commission shows.
Australia compares poorly to New Zealand when it comes to broadband download speeds, the New Zealand Commerce Commission says in its Annual Telecommunications Monitoring Report, with Kiwis enjoying average download speeds of 67Mbps.
Ninety per cent of the recent reductions in the regulated wholesale broadband prices charged by New Zealand's Chorus have gone through to consumers, according to a study by the New Zealand Commerce Commission.
New Zealand telco, Spark, is up in arms at the high charges for the country’s wholesale broadband prices which it says are pushing up the retail price of the Internet to the detriment of Kiwi consumers.
There has been a call for New Zealand’s Commerce Commission to justify why the country’s wholesale internet charges need to be set at levels “massively out of line” with comparable countries.
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