Vodafone New Zealand has halved the price of data roaming in Australia to $NZ0.50/MB for both pre and postpay customers, claiming it to be the lowest rate available from any of New Zealand's three mobile operators.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: MarketPacific Fibre, the New Zealand company hoping to build a submarine cable system linking Australia, New Zealand and the USA has folded after failing to raise the $US400m needed to fund the building of the system.
Vodafone New Zealand has signed a 10 year capacity deal to become the third, and largest, customer of Pacific Fibre, the company planning to build a submarine cable network linking Australia, New Zealand and the US West Coast.
Vodafone New Zealand - in stark contrast to Telecom NZ and 2Degrees - has branded as "extreme" the prices for the regulated mobile terminating access service (MTAS) announced by the Commerce Commission earlier today, which represent significant reduction on the prices New Zealand's mobile operators presently charge.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Government Tech PolicyThe New Zealand Government says its national broadband network initiative has exceeded initial targets with fibre reaching 76,000 urban premises, but only 1200 customers have signed up for FTTP services to date.
Hi, not sure what to do here as I'm a newbee. My partner has just brought a duel sum i9300 that works on only 2degrees or Vodafone here in New Zealand. Was wondering if the device was rooted that it will unlock the carriers so we can use Telecom network. Hope someone can point me in the right direction. Cheers