New Zealand - Broadband Market - Historical Overview

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Last updated: 24 Mar 2004 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 14

Analyst: Paul Budde


This report has been archived and has not been updated. Service providers are putting in place a wide array of high-speed options for New Zealand users to choose from. Major investments are being made in broadband initiatives, not least by the government, which wanted all communities to have access to broadband technology by the end of 2003. TelstraClear and Telecom are leading the broadband developments with trials and offerings combining voice, data and video services. However, there are a growing number of others, such as ihug, Woosh, Vodafone, Wired Country and CityLink, which are taking up the broadband gauntlet.

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