UFB news stories - Page 2
Chorus and Crown Fibre rolling out UFB to 169 more areas around NZ
This means that over 200,000 homes and businesses will be able to access fibre.
What to think about for UFB and your business
I keep hearing about new ultra-fast broadband services, what do I need to think about when upgrading my business? Find out more here.
3 Dunedin-born startups take home $60,000 worth of GigStart funding
There were 23 other applications for the GigStart Fund in the fourth and final rounds.
Chorus upgrades more rural broadband cabinets around NZ
“There’s no question that access to better broadband makes a significant difference to the lives of New Zealanders."
NZ's UFB build on track - Waiheke now complete
“Nationwide, uptake has now reached around 30%, and the build is over 70% complete.
Kiwis 'another step' closer to better broadband with latest deal
“New Zealand is leading the world on its fibre roll out and fibre growth."
Downer bows out of fibre installations for Chorus
“Chorus, Visionstream and Downer are all committed to a smooth transition with the minimum of disruption for our technicians.”
North Island customers now 100GB ready
"We’re an agile and forward-thinking business so we like to stay one step ahead when it comes to meeting our customers’ needs."
Inside the Kiwi UFB experience: White Island Tours
“Fibre is going to enable White Island to grow, and with White Island growing our businesses will grow.”
Ultra Fast Broadband
Kiwis now have access to game changing Gigabit UFB
"It’s the reliability and consistency of performance of the future-proofed technology as well,"
New Zealand Internet: The UFB problem the that the Govt doesn't want you to know about
Could NZ's lack of disparate fibre stifle business innovation for a long time to come?
UFB: We have a winner
The long wait is over. We’ve finally had the announcement on who will build and manage the bulk of the Government’s Ultra-fast Broadband network.
Fitch follows suit with Telecom downgrade rating
Credit ratings organisation Fitch is the second such organisation to downgrade Telecom in light of Chorus split announcement
InternetNZ: UFB pricing excellent
Chief Executive Vikram Kumar applauds the pricing but says that more information on data caps is needed.
Optic fibre delivery tenders open
Mini-trenching, micro-trenching, pipe insertion, aerial and directional drilling techniques being looked at.
Data caps to remain "for some time"
No end in sight for monthly data caps but things must change says ex-Telecom CTO, Dr. Murray Milner.
Enable pitches for home fibre deal
Christchurch company says it's submitted a comprehensive bid to the government.
Crown Fibre seeks refined proposals
UFB respondents asked to submit refined proposals following government changes to the plan.