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Orcon boss trashes doomsayer rivals
CEO Scott Bartlett rejects competitors' views that the telco sector faces a crisis.
Too soon for copyright infringement fee review
Labour ICT spokesperson Clare Curran agrees with a panel of ISP legal reps that there's not enough information to say how the charge is working.
OPINION: Security is our number one concern
TelstraClear CEO shares his thoughts on the importance of security.
Telcos agree to additional compliance measure
TCF members to self-certify compliance to industry regulations, with companies breaching rules to be 'named and shamed'.
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TelstraClear absorbs revenue decline
EBITDA up despite 4% drop in income.
TelstraClear crunches unmetered weekend numbers
Customers take advantage of deal in 'frenzy' of downloading and uploading.
InternetNZ labels TelstraClear promo 'disastrous'
Users complain of slow speeds during meter-free weekend, but ISP happy with experiment results.
TelstraClear switching off meters this weekend
Customers sure to enjoy unlimited data, but how will the network handle the strain?
TelstraClear & MediaWorks offer unmetered TV, radio
On-demand TV & streaming radio won’t count towards customers’ monthly data.
Partnerships key to cloud success
Telcos and IT providers should pair up to clean up: analysts.
TelstraClear boss bites back at NBR
Description of CEO forum as 'club' misleading: CEO.
2degrees tops for customer satisfaction
A local survey turns up some interest results about our mobile phone preferences.
Hundreds to compete at xLAN 2011
Over $60,000 in prizes on offer at NZ's biggest gaming competition.
Digital switchover dates confirmed
Digital television broadcasting switch to happen region-by-region
TelstraClear slashes mobile-to-mobile rates - Updated
TelstraClear announces new mobile-to-mobile calling rates
Fibre Watch: Hard Labour
Why isn't the opposition doing a better job attacking the Government's clumsy handling of its broadband initiatives?
Joyce "hell-bent" on UFB monopoly
TelstraClear CEO Allan Freeth says Comms Minister Steven Joyce is "hell-bent" on creating an ultra-fast broadband monopoly with Telecom.
Fibre Watch: Telecom’s wild week
A billion dollar bid lodged, the RBI deal confirmed, a record fine, and some grief over a long-departed executive's new role. Dr Reynolds and the team have earned their Easter break.
TelstraClear: Telecom fine highlights regulatory holiday danger
"The court decision coming 10 years after the fact highlights the need for a referee that industry and consumers can turn to," says TelstraClear boss Allan Freeth.
Fibre Watch: Stop the head-banging
If the government isn't listening, why don't the telco industry activists try singing a different anthem?
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.
Consumers don't trust govt's UFB bill
A poll of New Zealand consumers shows they don't trust the government's ultra-fast broadband bill and want the Commerce Commission retained as watchdog.
Fibre Watch: Holiday from hell
Steven Joyce rejects industry outrage over the regulatory holiday provisions of the Telco Amendment Bill, accusing his critics of "jumping at shadows".