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Millisecond delays can hurt conversion rates on online transactions – Akamai report
Online retail benefits from delivering better customer experiences, especially on mobile devices.
Selling broadband to millennials: Market schemes and outlook for 2017
To market broadband services to millennials, broadband companies need to acknowledge their preferences and buying habits or tendencies.
New smartphone brand launches in NZ, partners with 2degrees
“Like 2degrees, OPPO is about pushing the boundaries of what’s possible so it’s great to be working with another challenger brand.”
Chorus network capacity will continue to grow to meet customer demand
The Commerce Commission just released the final decision in its review of the non‑price features of the Unbundled Bitstream Access (UBA) service.
Juniper Networks takes home 'Supplier of the Year' at 2016 Vodafone Supplier Awards
“They delivered a consistently outstanding performance to the Vodafone Group throughout the year 2016."
Fibre-focused future for telco regulation welcome, says InternetNZ
"The latest proposals will help to unlock the potential of our fast, modern fibre communications networks.”
Sophos launches new suite for cloud security and IoT management
Sophos Mobile 7 is available now for on-site installation and will be available through cloud-based Sophos Central in mid-March 2017.
Japan telco provider heads to managed cloud through managed SD-WAN
Japanese telco provider NTTPC Communications is choosing a new managed cloud network service to improve infrastructure and services for clients.
UCWeb undergoes 'strategic change' with new GM appointment
UCWeb has gone through what it calls a 'strategic' change in its business, and has now appointed a new general manager, Damon Xi.
Verizon chosen for Aussie govt service provider panel
“Our inclusion in the inaugural panel speaks to our breadth and depth of experience in providing transformative and secure services."
Optus secures $60 million to extend mobile networks in rural Australia
Optus is planning to build 114 new mobile sites across Australia as part of the Federal Government's Mobile Black Spots Program.
Govt announces new RMA standard for telcos
“This Government has made a priority of removing obstacles to improve connectivity and to modernise and streamline processes."
Govt gives telco industry props for restoration efforts following quakes
“Working around the clock, Spark, Vodafone, 2 Degrees, Chorus and other smaller operators have employed every ounce of Kiwi spirit and ingenuity."
Voyager buys NZ’s first internet provider
“Acquiring Actrix allows us to more closely connect with NZ consumers & provides economies of scale that will allow us to compete more aggressively."
Kiwi telcos assess damage following earthquake
“We hope everyone is safe and not too shaken. Stay strong, listen to civil defence reports and check on those around you."
NZ telco industry 'world class' despite increasing levels of complaints
“NZ is one of few countries offering nationwide gigabit services to consumers via the UFB network, and this kind of innovation is putting us ahead."
Inside the Kiwi UFB experience: Tips for businesses wanting UFB at home
“You can’t beat the speed and the improvement in latency and efficiency that you get with it."
Spark joins fight against digital exclusion in NZ
“The Internet can offer huge benefits, but some New Zealanders can’t afford to get online and miss out on those benefits as a result."
Spark ups its data game on pay monthly plans
"We don’t think anyone else offers more value to customers." Spark will give up to 60% more mobile data to its pay monthly cutsomers
Skinny shakes up Kiwi telco market with new platform
There are no top-ups, no prepaid balances, no vouchers and no standard rates.
2degrees wants to bridge connections for SuperGold Card holders
"By introducing this monthly discount we hope to make our services more affordable so that more Kiwis can get connected."
Hands-on review: Vodafone Smart Mini 7 - small and packed with features
The Vodafone Smart Mini 7 is a compact Android smartphone with plenty of features for a teeny price.
Infinera helping wholesale telcos to rethink their business model
We look at the challenges that telco service providers are facing. We uncover the answer to one of their issues.
Hands-on review: The Vodafone Smart Ultra 7 - a cracker for mobile games
This 4G-capable phone-bordering-on-phablet has guts. HD screen, decent audio and the smoothness of Android Marshmallow 6.0, it’s worth its price.