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Boost for rural high-speed broadband as Spark's 4G rollout begins...
"Rural communities are the engine rooms of our economy."
Vodafone gives Aussies heading to NZ a 4G boost...
Over 2.5 million Vodafone Australia postpaid customers can now benefit from 4G data speeds when roaming in New Zealand.
Why resellers should think outside the box with mobility...
Think outside the box with mobility, and its latest offerings, says Fred Viet, Lenovo ANZ channel sales manager.
NZ first as Vodafone prepares for smart future...
"The combined capacity created by using three spectrum bands caters for different device types to provide the optimum customer experience."
Nokia Networks gets Vodafone NZ 4G launch nod…
"Our focus this year is about expanding our 4G network to rural New Zealand with 700MHz, and Nokia Networks will play an important part in implementing this initiative."
Vodafone first to begin 4G rollout with 700MHz
"There’s no question that 4G – particularly in rural areas – will deliver economic benefit and have strong impacts for productivity."
New 4G services ahead as Telecom lays out August plans...
"Telecom now owns the largest block of 700 MHz spectrum."
"Major milestone" as 2degrees launches 4G in Auckland
2degrees’ journey into fourth generation mobile has been unleashed with the launch of 4G across 72 sites in central Auckland.
Govt: Radio spectrum auction completed
"All three mobile network operators can now start building their 4G networks using this spectrum."
Data consumption sky rockets as Kiwis change smartphone habits
"Smart devices are changing the way our customers experience and take part in events such as Fieldays – they’re being used for far more than just texting and calling.
Uploading King as Telecom network sees data traffic surge
During recent major events, like the Bruce Springsteen concert in Auckland, telco has seen mobile uploads actually exceed download.
Vodafone offers farmers glimpse of 4G future
"There’s no question that the widest possible deployment of 4G, particularly in rural areas, will deliver the maximum economic benefit with strong impacts for productivity."
Govt: 4G mobile technology a step closer
"Network operators can get on with building their 4G networks and providing consumers with world-class technology."
Vodafone NZ boosts 4G capacity as demand grows
"We’ve already invested in making our 4G service available to more than 2.2 million Kiwis in 46 locations."
Telecom launches future of 4G tech...
The future of mobile networks arrived in central Auckland today with Telecom making carrier aggregation (CA) technology live on six of its 4G mobile sites.
Telecom expands 4G network across NZ
Telco set to bring 4G technology to four new locations across the country by September 2014.
Telecom first NZ telco to trial 4G over APT700 MHz band
"Our regional communities are the engine rooms of New Zealand’s economy and need access to high speed mobile data services to unleash their full potential."
2degrees reveals 4G NZ launch date...
"With our customer's ever-increasing appetite for data coupled with more LTE-capable handsets available, we feel it is now the right time to extend our capabilities to the next generation of mobile."
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’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.
Vodafone NZ: 4G will just get better and better...
Telco will continue to deliver New Zealand’s leading super-fast 4G network to Kiwis following the outcome of the government’s "Digital Dividend" spectrum auction.
Telecom nails $83m 4G auction bid
"With the addition of this 700 MHz spectrum, we will be in a very strong position to support New Zealand’s data, mobility and digital services future."
Can 2degrees block the 4G spectrum sale to Vodafone, Telecom?
The Commerce Commission has been urged not to sign off on the country's dominant mobile phone operators buying the remaining 700 megahertz radio spectrum for fear of undermining burgeoning competition in the market.
Alcatel-Lucent explains their vision of 5G
Before the launch of 4G mobile services there was plenty of hype, mostly around speed. 4G networks would be much faster, enabling us to watch movies on our mobiles.