New Zealand - Market and Industry Analyses - late 2005

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Last updated: 5 Dec 2005 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 12

Analyst: Paul Budde

Synopsis

Given that it has one of the lowest levels of broadband penetration in the world there’s only one way for New Zealand to go, and that’s up. However, without sustainable competition the country will lose out on affordable prices and innovations. The country is falling behind in the all-important global Internet economy. It is not in the interests of Telecom’s shareholders to facilitate these developments but it certainly is in the interests of the country, and this issue requires far more decisive action from the government. While the future looks bright, it does require concerted effort to ensure that everyone will profit from new and exciting developments like NGN, triple play, IPTV and VoIP.

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