New Zealand’s competition enforcement and regulatory agency, the Commerce Commission, is undertaking a review of the regulations under which telecommunications infrastructure provider Chorus charges retail telcos for use of its local copper lines and broadband service.
New Zealand’s largest telco, Spark, has ramped up its customer service teams to deal with what it says is an “unprecedented demand” from customers for fibre broadband services over the ultra-fast broadband (UFB) network.
Global satellite company Inmarsat has partnered with Gilat Satellite Networks to provide a new wholesale, fully-managed, high-speed satellite broadband service to fixed VSAT operators.
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