Security and application delivery specialist Radware has appointed Spark's IT distribution subsidiary Entelar as a distributor.
The Commerce Commission has released its final decision on the allocation of payments for the Government’s Telecommunications Development Levy for 2020/21 among providers of telecommunications services.
The New Zealand Commerce Commission has released its draft decision on the allocation of payments for the government’s Telecommunications Development Levy, proposing that Spark, Vodafone, Chorus, and 2degrees collectively pay approximately 88% NZ$10 million levy from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021.
The New Zealand Commerce Commission has ordered the telecommunications industry to formulate a marketing code to inform consumers on the technology options and plans that best suit their needs to avoid confusion.
Nokia announced that it has been selected by Spark, New Zealand’s largest telecommunications and digital services company, to support its accelerated 5G rollout, which will provide 5G coverage to approximately 90% of the population by the end of 2023.
Mobile services revenue in New Zealand is expected to reach US$1.9 billion in 2026 with a marginal compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.8% over 2021-2026, supported by growth in smartphone subscriptions and mobile data service revenues, according to a new forecast by analyst firm GlobalData.
New Zealand broadband provider Spark has announced a waiving of data overage charges for all users who are on data-capped fixed and wireless broadband plans.
Independent submarine capacity provider, Southern Cross Cables and Spark NZ, which looks after its cable assets in New Zealand, celebrated a key milestone, landing the New Zealand segment of a new high-capacity cable originating at Takapuna Beach.
2degrees users are the first in New Zealand to enjoy an Excellent Video Experience, says Opensignal.
The divide between rural and urban dwellers in New Zealand is narrowing as far as their mobile experience goes, a report claims, adding that however there were differences in what users experienced on the country's three networks.
New Zealand's telecommunications market is ripe for disruption, the technology analyst firm IDC claims, pointing out that the its revenue stream had decreased by 2.4% in the year to June 2020.
New Zealand’s major telcos Spark, Vodafone, Chorus, and 2degrees will collectively pay approximately 90% of the $10 million Telecommunications Development Levy (TDL) levy to be imposed on the telecommunications industry by the country’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission.
Nokia and New Zealand’s largest telco Spark have launched 5G services in the Auckland Viaduct area to bring high-speed wireless connectivity to a major international sailing event.
New Zealand's biggest telecommunications service provider Spark has signed a deal with Australia's oldest LoRaWAN network operator, The National Narrowband Network Co, on IoT network sharing.
New Zealand telco Spark has partnered with tertiary education provider Tech Futures Lab to launch the country's first post-graduate certificate in connected environments.
New Zealand broadband provider Spark will waive excess data charges for customers on data-capped fixed and wireless broadband who are at risk of losing access, the company says.
New Zealand sports broadcaster Spark Sport has selected award-winning British production firm Whisper as production partner for all New Zealand cricket played at home for the next six summers.
New Zealand telco Spark says the British decision to give Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies a limited role in its 5G networks has not led to "any significant change" in its own rollout.
New Zealand telco Spark says it has three potential 5G partners in Nokia, Samsung and Huawei, in response to queries about its announcement of signing up Nokia for providing 5G wireless broadband in five more South Island heartland locations before Christmas.
Nokia has been selected by New Zealand’s largest telco Spark for its roster of 5G suppliers.
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