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Aussie SMBs set to take off with $5 international roaming
Vodafone Australia plans to surge ahead in the SMB arena by offering its business customers new plans that include international roaming for $5 a day across 46 countries worldwide including the US, UK, NZ, Europe and Asia.
Who is Whois?
If you are looking to purchase a certain domain name and you need check if it’s available, or you’d like to find out when the current registration of expires, Whois is the way to go.
A year in the fast lane: NZ 4G adoption accelerates
Vodafone New Zealand has attracted more than 300,000 Kiwis onto its 4G-enabled plans since launching the country’s first superfast mobile broadband service – on February 28 2013.
Vodafone unveils free business broadband data boost
"Our business customers want peace of mind about data usage, and we’re listening to them."
Facebook aims to connect the "next billion"
"Zuckerberg’s proposal is Facebook-centric, with the social network and OTT players reaping the immediate benefits."
Dot Kiwi - Taking the Internet in a new direction...
For the first time New Zealanders have a unique way to take pride in their Kiwi-ness online.
Online Govt services a hit with Kiwis
"The Government wants to improve New Zealanders’ ability to complete their transactions with government easily and where possible, online.
2,000 Kiwi schools on board N4L
Two thousand schools have registered their interest in joining the Network for Learning (N4L) managed network, says Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye.
Dot Kiwi: Changing the face of the Internet...
"This is the biggest change to the internet since it was invented."
Quickflix unfazed by new Telecom TV competition...
"As a challenger brand, Quickflix is used to competing against much bigger companies."
Minister backs new Telecom TV approach
"This is one of the early signs that the market understands the new opportunities that will be available under the Ultra-Fast Broadband Initiative."
Chorus puts up proposal for copper line pricing
Chorus, the telecommunications network operator spun out of Telecom in 2011, has put up an alternative proposal to the Commerce Commission on how its physical copper lines should be regulated in a bid to fast-track the process.
New cybersafety resource OWLS takes flight
Primary and intermediate students are being taught how to be ‘wise owls’ when using the internet, a new resource launched this week to help teachers educate their students about internet privacy issues.
Slingshot tops customer satisfaction in NZ
Slingshot has been named the best performing Broadband Provider in New Zealand, according to a recent nationwide survey by consumer ratings organisation Canstar Blue.
More than a quarter of Kiwis on board UFB project
Kiwis jump on board as more than a quarter of the Government’s Ultra-Fast Broadband project is completed.
Think Sochi is a Cyber-War Zone? Try Your Local Starbucks
Most everything they describe in the story is as equally true at your local Starbucks as it is in Sochi. Therein they miss the opportunity to present a more accurate picture of global security, as opposed to the "evil Russians."
Web self-service preference rises among ANZ channel
Businesses in Australia and New Zealand are using a total of 19 channels to support customer service; the top three of which are...
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.
Hello house! The connected home needs fibre connectivity
If all you want to do is email your boss or look at funny cat pictures on the web then today’s broadband will probably serve you well enough.
Pandora NZ "open for business" following double hire
It's time to let New Zealand’s advertising market know Pandora – the world’s third highest earning mobile advertising platform behind Facebook and Google – is open for business.
Kiwi businesses missing out on "significant" mobile revenue
New Zealand businesses are being warned they risk missing out on substantial revenue and cost saving opportunities if they fail to take heed of the exponential growth in mobile internet and technologies.
Telecom: Tech-savvy Kiwis celebrate summer in style...
Data has skyrocketed during the 2013/2014 holiday period, with mobile data use during big summer events or holiday hotspot locations nearly doubling from usage at the same places and events the year before.
Kiwi attack on online child sexual abuse network saves children
A New Zealand multi-agency operation targeting an on-line child sexual abuse network has caught six offenders, identified four children who had the potential to be harmed, and rescued a six-year old victim in the United Kingdom.
Vodafone’s Oz 4G network smashes one million mark
Vodafone says customers are returning to its network in droves, with more than one million 4G devices in the hands of its customers just eight months since its 4G network was launched in June 2013.