Telecom

Telecom internet television service needs more detail - broker

Telecom internet television service needs more detail - broker

Telecom has provided a teaser around its planned internet television product ''Lightbox'', Forsyth Barr broker Andrew Rooney says.

Telecom hit by systems outage

Telecom hit by systems outage

A Telecom hardware failure that left many customers without access to call centres, website, and other commercial resources has now been fixed.

Floods cut broadband service

Floods cut broadband service

About 500 Telecom customers in the lower South Island have had their ultrafast broadband service cut for the second time in two weeks after the flooded Kakanui River severed a fibre cable near Maheno.

Telecom plans to become a TV provider - via the internet

Telecom plans to become a TV provider - via the internet

Telecom has revealed its plan to provide movies and TV shows to subscribers over the internet.

Telecom renaming as 'Spark'

Telecom renaming as 'Spark'

Telecom is changing its name to Spark and later this year will launch ShowmeTV, a new internet television business, the company announced yesterday.

Profit statement a reality check for telco

Telecom's profit announcement yesterday was a good reality check for the company with pressures from the legacy business continuing to drag on it, Craigs Investment Partners broker Chris Timms said.

Telecom name change to cost $20m

Telecom name change to cost $20m

Telecom plans to change its name later this year to Spark, and move into the internet television market.

Telecom in dark about Xtra email problem

Hackers are using New Zealanders' email accounts to send out thousands of spam messages, and Telecom admits it still doesn't know the cause or scale of the problem.

Extra effort for coverage

Extra effort for coverage

On a normal Wanaka day, Telecom's mobile phone system handles 25,000 text messages.

AAPT sale 'positive move' for Telecom

Telecom's sale of its Australian business unit AAPT for $494 million is a good price and positive move for the company as it looks to focus more on New Zealand, say analysts.

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