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CallPlus stories - Page 2
Five bids come in for under-fire Orcon…
2degrees, CallPlus, The Warehouse… who is buying Orcon? That’s the million dollar question.
Flip becomes one of the fastest growing ISPs
Broadband provider, Flip, has amassed more than 10,000 New Zealand customers in just over a year.
Telco welcomes Slingshot convictions for “slamming” of Telecom customers
Telecom is pleased that Callplus Services Limited, trading as Slingshot, has been convicted and fined $250,000 for illegal ‘slamming’ practices.
Slingshot fined $250,000 for “slamming” customers
Call Plus, trading as Slingshot, fined $250,000 after pleading guilty in the Auckland District Court to 50 charges it faced under the Fair Trading Act in relation to the marketing of its telecommunications services.
Copper Tax proposal heads to court
CallPlus has filed proceedings in the High Court in Wellington seeking a judicial review and declaratory judgment that the government’s review of the Telecommunications Act 2001.
Kiwis will benefit provided the Govt don’t intervene
CallPlus and Slingshot CEO Mark Callander welcomes Commission's Chorus decision – and he is now calling for the government to step back from the "Copper Tax."
UFB without contract on offer for schools
Telecommunications company CallPlus is offering New Zealand schools a zero term contract for ultra-fast broadband (UFB).
Cambridge connects to UFB
Cambridge, Te Awamutu and Tokoroa now able to connect to Ultrafast Fibre network.
Unlimited ultrafast broadband = unlimited potential
The delivery of unmetered ultrafast broadband connectivity to New Zealand’s schools is a step into the future of education.
CallPlus offers unlimited school internet
New Zealand schools to receive Ultra-Fast Broadband access to improve learning and remove cost issues.
CallPlus to buy back unused minutes, data
Telco wants to help business owners manage their mobile costs - how much could you save?
CallPlus switching telcos
Telecom better placed to support ISP's ambitions in mobile services: CEO.
Spoiled for choice
CallPlus has announced it will provide a free wi-fi service from as many as 1000 hotspots around Auckland
CallPlus 'likely' to pursue damages from Telecom
CallPlus and Slingshot CEO Mark Callander said his company will likely also issue proceedings against Telecom in light of ComCom discrimination allegations.
Kiwi telcos and consumer groups fight UFB bill
An 11-strong group of telecommunications companies and consumer advocate groups have opposed the government's ultra fast broadband bill.
CallPlus strikes OneAccess deal
New Connect Lite service to now be offered over CallPlus customer IP networks.
CallPlus targets SMBs with Connect Lite
Kiwi-owned telco adds managed voice solution for small businesses to its portfolio.
SolarWinds sets sights on application performance
SolarWinds has announced that it is set to address the unmet and growing needs of systems and virtualisation administrator.
NZ Hi-Tech Awards announce star judge
Gary Hamel, the "world's most influential business thinker", has signed on to judge the 2011 NZ Hi-Tech Awards.
HP and Microsoft launch new apps
New appliances promise to optimise employee productivity and simplify application delivery for IT.
Closed - DVD or game with every sub
Take out a 12-month subscription to Game Console or NetGuide and bag yourself a free prize (quick - while stocks last).
Nintendo 3DS dated for March in New Zealand
Sydney event planned for February 8th, where more details of the Australian and New Zealand launches will be released.
Datacom scoops VMware award
Cloud solutions win Datacom VMware's Asia Pacific Service Provider Partner of the Year award.