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A major player in telecommunications in the Pacific, the Caribbean company Digicel, has reportedly received approaches from prospective buyers. Audio
By 2022, traditional landlines, are likely to be a thing of the past for most New Zealanders thanks to widespread access to fibre at home. Audio
Ed White reports from Asia on a tumultuous period for China's biggest telecommunications company, Huawei, which is at the centre of an international backlash over China's rising technological power… Audio
Chinese telecommunications company Huawei's activity could be restricted in Germany, after a number of countries have deemed it a security risk.
The Unit Trust of Samoa has had another record year, paying out just over one and a half million US dollars to investors, but ownership of a key strategic investment is about to change. Audio
Vodafone says it 'got it's message wrong' when it told flood-affected customers in Edgecumbe they would need to pay break fees to disconnect their broadband. Video, Audio
Telecommunications company Spark says it won't budge on its offer price for small market player TeamTalk. Audio
Small telecommunications company TeamTalk is going to sell a majority stake in its rural internet service throwing a major obstacle in the way of Spark's takeover attempt. Audio
The telecommunications industry is warning there are risks in loosening price controls for the old copper network when fibre networks are up and running in the same region. Audio
Simon Poole, of New Business Ventures, Finisar Ltd Australia, is an engineer and an entrepreneur who recently received the Charles Todd Medal - the most prestigious award made by the Australian… Audio
Almost a week after its glamorous launch, there's little sign of a new mobile app hailed by Fiji's government as a 'multi-billion dollar venture,' but dismissed by many others as a con. Audio
Telecommunications company Spark is in better shape and returning to long-term sustainable growth, it says.
Telecom companies sparked the most consumer complaints to the Commerce Commission last year. Complaints also flooded in about airlines, car sellers and domestic appliance traders. Audio
One hundred and thirty thousand New Zealanders may have had personal information stolen as part of the largest ever email hack. Privacy Commissioner John Edwards Audio
Fairfax's move into consumer broadband has surprised some analysts. Audio
New Zealanders have doubled their use use of data in just a year. And as Eric Fykberg reports the Internet community is actually patting itself on the back about how this huge demand is being handled.
The telecommunications industry is pleased with the government's efforts to improve the way it regulates communication services in the future. Audio
New Zealand's third-largest telecommunications provider, 2Degrees, has reported a full year net loss, despite a strong increase in revenue associated with its new broadband business. Audio
The founder and managing director of the telecommunications company, TeamTalk, has resigned after more than 20 years - due to stress and poor health. Audio
The Government is planning changes for regulating the telecommunications sector from 2020. Audio