Technology news for Australia's largest enterprises
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
Telecom launches free 4G across big 3 cities
Telco will launch 4G in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch next month - available to both prepaid and pay- monthly customers at no additional cost.
Telecom to buy 700MHz spectrum amid 4G expansion
Telco has registered as a bidder for this month's government auction of spectrum in the 700 Megahertz range, which the phone company would use to build out its 4Gnetwork from major cities.
Govt welcomes 700 MHz band decision
Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams praises Waitangi Tribunal’s ruling.
Which side of the 4G fence are you on?
Telecom welcomes governments plans for the minimum reserve price of $198m for 4G spectrum, but 2degrees doesn't. Which side of the 4G fence are you on?
Govt to seek minimum $198m for 4G spectrum
The government will be seeking a minimum of $198 million for the rights, which are expected to be fought over by Telecom, Vodafone, and 2degrees.
Vodafone launches 4G in New Plymouth
The world’s fastest mobile network technology in parts of New Plymouth today.
Vodafone launches 4G in Palmerston North, next stop New Plymouth
Vodafone New Zealand CEO says the launch of a commercial 4G network is great news for the city.
Capital gains as Vodafone launches 4G in Wellington
The world’s fastest mobile network technology has been launched in Wellington today, becoming the sixth city in New Zealand to have superfast access to content and information on the move.
Vodafone launches 4G in Taupo
The world’s fastest mobile network technology has been launched in parts of Taupo today.
Vodafone gives Taupo a boost
Vodafone is kicking off a programme of upgrades to cell sites in Taupo this week ahead of its launch of 4G in the town on 10 July.
Cash or spectrum? Maori remains undecided
After months of consultation, the New Zealand Maori Internet Society (NZMIS) says it has yet to decide whether to take the digital spectrum on offer, or go with the cash.
Vodafone's 4G hits Christchurch
Vodafone will preview 4G – the world’s fastest mobile network technology – in Christchurch today, prior to its launch in parts of the city on 29 May.
Alcatel: Telecom did not 'dump' us
Communications company adds 'context' to previous story, telling off Techday and claiming it was not 'dumped' by Telecom.
4G LTE for you and me this October
Telecom New Zealand reveals it will have 4G LTE live on a large part of its Smartphone Network in Auckland by October.
4G or not 4G as Telecom dumps Alcatel-Lucent
Telco ditches company in favour of Huawei to build its network of 4G-capable mobile sites.
Texas hold’em telcos refuse to budge in high-stakes 4G battle
Telecom refuses to react to Vodafone's 4G rollout and 2degrees remains tight-lipped - turning the telco industry into a Texas Hold'em style poker battle.
Gee, forget the set top box, Vodafone’s all about 4G
If I was a betting man, which I am, I would have lost a considerable amount of money this morning betting on Vodafone’s launch, turns out I did.
Does Vodafone know what it thinks we know?
New Zealand may be expecting Vodafone to announce the launch of its first 4G mobile services tomorrow, but Techday thinks differently.
Fight to the 4G finish as Vodafone enters the race
Telco expected to launch its first 4G mobile services tomorrow, taking on market rival Telecom for NZ supremacy.
4G or not 4G - that is the question
Next-generation mobile technology is a step closer, but what does it all mean for you, me and every other Kiwi?
4G spectrum auction in third quarter, no iwi allocation
The government will auction allocations for the radio spectrum band being set aside for 4G mobile phones in the third quarter of the year, but won't have a sweetener for iwi.
4G: ‘Fast’ is nothing, says Amdocs
With the advent of 4G mobile networks, the promise of a faster pipe for the internet is likely to become reality within months for Kiwi punters.
Telecom to trial LTE this year
Tests will go ahead despite uncertainty surrounding fate of 700mhz spectrum.
Meeting the 'capacity challenge' with microwave
Carrier Ethernet over microwave - one option for carriers sinking beneath the rising flood of data traffic.