New Zealand - Telecommunications - Key Statistics 2011

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Last updated: 29 Jan 2013 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 4

Analyst: Stephen McNamara


This report provides a snapshot of key statistical data from New Zealand, covering the major telecommunications segments including information on:

  • Country statistics – GDP information and population;
  • Internet and Broadband – subscribers, users and penetration rate;
  • Mobile – subscribers, annual change and penetration rate;
  • Telephone network – fixed-lines and teledensity;
  • Telecom investment and revenue data;
  • Broadcasting – Pay TV subscribers and penetration rate.

A overview of the overall telecoms and vital country statistics and fixed-line voice market with market figures is provided in tabular and charts format. This report has been archived and is available at a reduced price, while more up to date reports are available at

Key developments:

Facebook users, fixed-broadband, GDP, inflation, ISPs, BSPs, mobile penetration, Pay TV subscribers and penetration.

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