Australia-based telecoms service provider, Telcoinabox, has become the become their first mobile virtual network aggregator on Telecom NZ's XT network, 12 months after entering the New Zealand market.
Telecommunications wholesaler, reseller and franchisor, Telcoinabox has geared up for growth with four new appointments in its Australian and New Zealand Operations Centre (ANZOC), and with plans to undertake a capital raising to strengthen the financial position of the company.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: PeopleFull-service telecommunications wholesale aggregator, Telcoinabox has merged its Australian and New Zealand management teams to create one local team at its Sydney headquarters.
Telecommunications franchisor, Telcoinabox, has committed to providing funding for its franchisees to make acquisitions of small ISPs and other micro-businesses in 2011. The seller of turnkey telecoms retail businesses to franchisees and service providers says it will help its retailers to grow through acquisition by providing venture capital and business broking services.
In a deal that will precipitate its structural separation Telecom New Zealand has won the lion's share of Government contracts for the rollout of the Ultrafast Broadband Network that will deliver fibre to 75 percent of New Zealand homes by 2019.
Australia’s Academic and Research Network and New Zealand's Kiwi Advanced Research and Education Network are working with local universities and research organizations to develop the first virtual “e-telescope” in the two countries.
A year after 'entering' the Australian market with the acquisition of local fixed and mobile service reseller, Startel Communications, and the signing of an MVNO agreement with Optus, UK based Truphone has launched services in Australia.
In a rare show of unity, New Zealand telcos, user and consumer organisations have joined forces to oppose planned legislation that will pave the way for structural separation of Telecom NZ, and for the Government funded Ultrafast Broadband Network (UFB), the equivalent of Australia's NBN.