Vodafone New Zealand has been bought by a consortium of long-term investors, New Zealand-based Infratil, and Canada-based Brookfield Asset Management for €2.1 billion (NZ$3.59 billion).
Australian-listed call recording platform provider Dubber has secured a deal to provide its call recording and analytics suite to Vodafone New Zealand for fixed and mobile services.
Vodafone's government and corporate customers in New Zealand will be able to use new security management services after the company's New Zealand branch signed a deal with Telstra to make these available.
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