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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.
Report claims Vodafone SuperNet still fastest in NZ
The latest independent research from Epitiro reveals that Vodafone still has on average the fastest ADSL broadband network speeds in New Zealand.
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."
Slingshot and Dotcom offer free MEGA accounts to customers
In partnership with internet mogul Kim Dotcom, Slingshot aims to provide New Zealand consumers with unprecedented value for online services, starting with Free MEGA accounts for all Slingshot customers.
Govt ain’t heavy, they’re our mediator
IDC claims the government has done a good job of balancing everyone's interests with the Telecommunications review discussion document.
Slingshot CEO shoots down Govt telco plans
Slingshot CEO Mark Callander questions government's high copper pricing plans, believing Kiwis are being treated unfairly by bearing the cost. Do you agree?
TelstraClear tops broadband survey
Telco becomes the fastest broadband provider during December according to latest findings.
Slingshot down with network problems
Fault to the internet service provider's network provider causing problems for customers.
Slingshot catapults to broadband lead
Company's investment in their network is paying off according to the latest measurements from broadcast monitoring firm Truenet.
Slingshot up, Orcon down in ISP speed tests
Telecom, Vodafone and TelstraClear all maintaining solid performance.
Movie & TV streaming finally comes to NZ
Quickflix: it's cheap, it's legal - so what's the catch?
Vodafone takes lead in browsing speed
Latest TrueNet test sees former laggard surging up rankings.
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
Software or Hardware Based Encryption Solutions: Which Is Better for Your Customers?
With increasing high profile data breaches, encryption is becoming an increasingly attractive proposition for customers, but which type will be best for your client? Jay W Kim, president of Data Locker, details the options.
Data Centre Fitness
Resellers can help customers get their storage in shape, says John Martin, principal technologist, NetApp Australia and New Zealand.
Why bother managing storage?
Adding extra storage may be easy, but it’s also a false economy, says George Crump, senior analyst, writing for SolarWinds. Instead, customers should look to efficient storage management.
Outdated storage solutions fueling information overload
An explosion of digital data is putting pressure on businesses but offers a wealth of opportunities for resellers, as Keith Newman discovers.
Wan optimisation: Niche No More
WAN optimisation is losing its ‘niche’ aspect and heading mainstream according to Riverbed’s regional director.
N-able(ing) managed services
Remote monitoring and management automation solution provider N-able Technologies has unveiled aggressive expansion plans for New Zealand, with the Canadian company expecting to ‘easily double’ its local business each year for the next few years.
‘Revitalised’ Renaissance Moving Forward
Renaissance has turned a corner and is back on track according to one of its newer staff members.
Managed Print the Way to go says HP
The future of printing is managed print services, at least according to Hewlett-Packard. The company tells The Channel why resellers need to look long and hard at the option.
New offering and new owner for Simms
Simms International’s upward climb continues, with the company launching locally configured Dell servers for resellers – and a new cashed up owner on hand.