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Spark opens digital future with huge investment in cloud services
Spark Digital opens $60 million Takanini Data Centre as the company continues its investment programme in cloud services
Microsoft tempts buyers with slim, cheap smartphone model
The Lumia 830 is the thinnest and lightest Lumia in the flagship range and comes pre-loaded with Windows Phone 8.1
Virtual SIM - the disruptor or catalyst for a better customer experience
To remain relevant in a very competitive landscape, the operators will need to be more creative and deploy services beyond connectivity
Spark to bring the NBA to its broadband customers
Partnerships like these bypass Sky's sports channels and allow fans to watch games without the need for a Sky Sport subscription
Big telco helps Kiwi tech firm increase profit
The latest generation of payment hardware such as that provided by Swipe is a good example of how technology can make it easier for customers to do business.
SKY TV Announces Video on Demand Service
SkyTV has finally given a launch date, name and pricing for its soon to launch video on demand service
More gigs for social media users with new Spark offer
Refreshing newsfeeds and checking Twitter timelines has become a part of people’s day-to-day lives, so it makes sense to give customers more data to do so
Is NZ internet slowing down small Kiwi businesses?
New Zealand's internet limits are having an impact on our small businesses.
2degrees founder’s rumblings over ComCom mobile market monitoring
2degrees founder comes out swinging, saying the Commerce Commission is asleep at the wheel and has produced faulty information
New Sony Xperia Z3 phones operator-exclusive to Spark
Customers have the choice of two sizes without compromising performance or features
Scam targets Spark NZ customers
Spark New Zealand customers have been contacted by scammers and asked to hand over their personal details.
Sparks continue to fly over Orcon throttling campaign
Orcon’s traffic management position is not exactly the same as Spark’s
Spark hits back against 'bogus' Orcon throttling claims
Spark has hit back at claims made by Orcon over traffic throttling, claiming it’s nothing more than a PR stunt.
Orcon shines bright light on throttling
Orcon says an estimated 81 percent of Kiwi internet users could be having their internet artificially slowed down.
Bigpipe sparks up residential UFB
Bigpipe promises to spark up residential UFB with the 'fastest' offerings in Auckland.
Chorus outlines UBA and Boost proposals...
"Perhaps the biggest change is the explosion in the number of end-user devices, and the seemingly ever increasing demand for HD streamed online video."
"Lower-end modems" root cause of Spark outage...
"What remains clear is that good end user security remains an important way to combat these attacks."
Qrious sees in new digital age with new CEO...
"We are living in a new digital age, where the smart use of data is an exploding global phenomena."
Spark warns Kiwis of fraudulent phone calls...
"These calls are not from Spark and Spark strongly advises anyone who receives one of these calls to hang up immediately."
Boost for rural high-speed broadband as Spark's 4G rollout begins...
"Rural communities are the engine rooms of our economy."
Spark customers offered special deal on Lightbox
"It’s great to see Lightbox using the power of the Internet to give New Zealanders access to insanely good TV."
Light up, Light up, because now you have a choice...
"You can head home tonight, sign up to the Lightbox 30 day free trial and choose from hundreds of great TV shows online - all ready to go whenever you are."
Spark NZ: All Blacks score not the only figure to soar at Eden Park
"That’s a huge amount of traffic, but just like the boys in black we had our game plan worked out and so the network was performing at close to 100% throughout the game."
Spark momentum gathers pace as Kiwis warm to strategic change
"Our customers wanted and needed us to change. They wanted us to be a growing New Zealand business."