Last updated: 7 Sep 2011 Update History
Report Status: Archived
Report Pages: 17
Analyst: Stephen McNamara
Telecom Corporation of New Zealand is New Zealand’s largest telecommunications company and the incumbent operator. The company provides a full range of Internet, broadband data, voice, mobile and fixed-line calling services for customers in New Zealand.
In mid-2011 the company had received some Ultra-Fast Broadband Network initiatives in some regions, as well as over $200 million in RBI funding to provide the backhaul to allow schools, hospitals access in rural areas.
The company is passing through a transformational period in response to changing industry regulations and the announcement in 2009 of public funding for a national UFB. Telecom submitted several variations to its operational separation undertakings in relation to the UFB. In late 2010 these amendments were accepted by the Minister for Communications and Information Technology.
This report was archived in late 2011 and is no longer updated. More recent up-to-date information is in the separate report: Telecom Corporation New Zealand - Company Overview - 2012 at www.budde.com.au
Companies mentioned in this report include – Telecom Mobile, Chorus, AAPT, Gen-i, Crown Fibre Holdings , Telecom Cook Islands, Telecom Retail.
Hot topics mentions in this report include – Fixed-broadband, ARPU, WCDMA, CDMA, UFB.
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