This report profiles some of the 2nd tier telcos in the New Zealand market, including CallPlus, M2, WxC, and Southern Cross Cable.
CallPlus provides residential and business customers nationwide with a full range of retail Internet, voice and data services. M2 purchased Black+White and provides fixed-line services, mobile broadband and fixed-line services. Southern Cross Cables provides cable services using a fibre-optic cable loop network linking Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Hawaii to the USA.
The major players – Telecom New Zealand, Kordia, Vodafone New Zealand, Chorus, TelstraClear and 2degrees, are all covered in separate BuddeComm reports at www.budde.com.au. Here, we provide a brief overview of the major telcos in New Zealand with links to the reports where the companies are profiled separately.
- Telecom New Zealand dominates the market in fixed-line access for both the residential and business sectors and is also one of the two major mobile operators;
- Vodafone New Zealand being the other major mobile player is also a fixed-line operator;
- TelstraClear with its fibre network is also a fixed-line operator;
- Kordia New Zealand owns one of the largest telecom networks in the country and is the major provider of television and radio broadcast facilities;
- Chorus is the largest infrastructure company in the New Zealand market and is rolling out the UFB infrastructure in a majority of the districts.
Cable, ADSL, WiFi, fibre, UFB, HSDPA, FttH, FttN, IPTV, HDTV, cloud computing, unbundled exchanges.
Companies covered in this report include:
CallPlus, TelstraClear, M2, Telecom NZ, Southern Cross Cables, Kordia, Vodafone, Black+White, Chorus, Chorus WorldxChange Communications, Orcon, Flip.