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Enable offers free broadband connections until 2015
UFB provider makes deal to all residential addresses for the next three years.
UFB first as One Fibre connects customer to Kordia service
In a nation-wide first business internet provider has successfully connected a retail customer to the UFB network through Kordia’s new Business Connect Light service.
Unified comms comes alive with UFB
By now, the concept of unified communication is familiar to most New Zealanders, even if they don’t call it that.
Unlimited ultrafast broadband = unlimited potential
The delivery of unmetered ultrafast broadband connectivity to New Zealand’s schools is a step into the future of education.
Chorus releases year three UFB plan
Amy Adams welcomes the release of Chorus’ year three deployment plan for the rollout of the Government’s Ultra-Fast Broadband programme.
UN Commission praises ANZ broadband policies
Australia and New Zealand among the top nations for broadband policy according to a new report.
UFB build underway in Queenstown
Queenstown’s reputation as a world-class tourist destination is about to be enhanced even further, Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams says.
Enable CEO launches Christchurch fibre broadband
Halswell families and businesses can now connect to fibre broadband, with the launch of Enable’s new services to the first Christchurch suburb.
Orcon's free UFB breakie this Thursday in Wgtn
The era of ultra-fast broadband is upon us – but what the heck does it all mean?
Internet stuck in five-year traffic jam
International internet traffic quadruples over five years thanks faster broadband speeds and an online video boom.
Broadband to provide product prices
Government announces product disclosure underway to improve the transparency of broadband information for consumers.
Government exceeds UFB connection target
Approximately 1700 kilometres of fibre has been laid throughout the country says government.
Labour questions UFB prospects after Pacific Fibre closure
The Labour party has questioned the likelihood of ultrafast broadband delivering new services and opportunities to New Zealand in the near future following news of Pacific Fibre’s shutdown.
Google speeds up Internet service
Web search-engine promises increased broadband speed as it unveils new US internet plans.
CallPlus offers unlimited school internet
New Zealand schools to receive Ultra-Fast Broadband access to improve learning and remove cost issues.
NZ lags in middle of OECD broadband rankings
Is 17th out of 34 countries good enough?
Orcon throws down gauntlet with free fibre deal
State-owned ISP offers consumers, schools and businesses UFB internet for $0 per month - so what's the catch?
Case Study: Manaia View School using UFB
While the rest of us anxiously await the implementation of the government’s fibre-optic broadband programme, a lucky Northland primary school has been reaping the benefits of UFB for over a year.
How does the UFB network work?
New Zealand Government’s Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) policy is to accelerate the rollout of ultra-fast broadband to 75% of Kiwis by the end of 2019...
NBN vs. UFB – Head to Head Comparison
Following on from the same sort of approach in my last post, I thought it would be interesting to compare the government sponsored fibre rollouts under way in Australia and New Zealand.
Over 10,500 homes in Hamilton & Tauranga ready to connect to Fibre
Ultrafast Fibre Ltd have announced that over 10,500 residential and business properties are now able to receive ultrafast broadband services off its local fibre network.
Running an ISP in NZ vs. Australia – Key Differences
Running an ISP that operates in both Australia and NZ puts me in a fairly unique position, one that should allow me to give a bit of an insight into the differences in service delivery on each side of the ditch.
Hosting Direct changes into higher gear
We interview controversial figure Ben Simpson about his future plans.
What UFB means for gamers: Match made in Heaven
Online computer and video games are often regarded as the most demanding use of an internet connection