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Displaying items by tag: Telecom NZ

Tuesday, 19 January 2016 13:19

Herrmann's the man at Magna

Broadcast and telecommunications equipment and services provider Magna Systems and Engineering has appointed Heinz Herrmann as its group CEO.

Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 01 July 2015 12:19

Paris takes over at Spark NZ

New Zealand telco, Spark, has a new chief with Jason Paris taking up the role of CEO Spark Home, Mobile and Business (HMB) today.

Published in People Moves

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.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 04 June 2015 01:21

Spark moving into smart home security market

Spark New Zealand has launched a beta version of its home security product, Morepork, that allows users to control and monitor their homes remotely from their smartphones.

Published in Security

Spark New Zealand is challenging the country’s Commerce Commission to front up to “ordinary internet users” and justify why its proposed wholesale charges for broadband and landlines are “so far out of line” with comparable countries.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Communications provider My Net Fone has acquired the global wholesale voice business of Telecom New Zealand International (TNZI) from carrier Spark New Zealand.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

AAPT CEO David Yuile has announced he is leaving the company after four years at the helm and just ahead of the finalisation of the sale of the business by owner Telecom New Zealand to TPG.

Published in People Moves
Monday, 24 February 2014 05:32

Telecom New Zealand to become Spark

Telstra was once Telecom Australia. Now Telecom NZ is changing its name – to Spark.

Published in Listed Tech
Monday, 09 December 2013 08:35

TPG scoops up AAPT in $450 million deal

Telecom New Zealand has announced it will sell its Australian subsidiary AAPT and its PowerTel business for $450 million to ambitious Australian telco TPG Telecom.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 11:36

Update - Telecom NZ confirms AAPT for sale

Telecom New Zealand has confirmed the widespread speculation that its Australian subsidiary AAPT is for sale.

Published in Listed Tech
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Tuesday, 09 April 2013 08:14

Telecom NZ’s 4G to go live in October

Telecom New Zealand has announced it will have 4G LTE live on in much of Auckland by October. It intends to extend coverage to Wellington and Christchurch by Christmas.

Published in Networking
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Thursday, 28 March 2013 06:38

Land of the Long Dark Fibre

Telecom New Zealand has announced the official name and the retail pricing of its NBN equivalent – the Ultra Fibre broadband (UFB).

Published in Government Tech Policy
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Wednesday, 13 March 2013 11:17

Telecom NZ slashes Gen-i – 100 Aussie jobs go

Telecom New Zealand has undertaken a 'strategic review' of the Australian operations of its IT services unit, Gen-i, which will mean a concentration on trans-Tasman customers.

Published in Market
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Telecom New Zealand will offer free landline to landline national calls nationwide on Christmas Day, and free Wi-Fi hotspots at popular holiday destinations over the holidays.

Published in Networking
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Tuesday, 11 December 2012 08:52

Telecom NZ cuts data roaming rates

Telecom New Zealand has announced reduced international data roaming charges, to take effect from 21 December.

Published in Mobility
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Saturday, 08 December 2012 06:47

Telecom NZ starts LTE trial

Telecom New Zealand has started large scale trials of 4G LTE technology in Wellington and Auckland.

Published in Home Tech
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Telecom New Zealand, Auckland Transport and the Westpac Bank in collaboration with Gemalto, Thales and Paymark are to launch a trial of using mobile phones to pay for public transport via near field communications.
Published in Development
Telecom New Zealand has named its former COO Simon Moutter - currently CEO of Auckland Airport - as CEO and managing director. He will replace Paul Reynolds on 1 September.
Published in Listed Tech

Standard & Poor's has downgraded Telecom NZ's credit rating by one notch, following the structural separation of Telecom NZ's fixed access network business into a separate entity, Chorus, which cleared is final hurdle last week.

Published in Listed Tech

Standard & Poor's has downgraded Telecom NZ's credit rating by one notch, following the structural separation of Telecom NZ's fixed access network business into a separate entity, Chorus, which cleared is final hurdle last week.

Published in Listed Tech
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