Telecom

Most of South must wait for 4G

Most of South must wait for 4G

Telecom and Vodafone are both promoting their new 4G high-speed data networks but the experience will remain elusive in the South for a while yet.

Taking Telecom from staid to hip and diverse

Taking Telecom from staid to hip and diverse

Ethnic diversity, youth and business cloud computing services are at the forefront of Telecom's rebranding as it focuses on building market share, Telecom chief executive Simon Moutter says.

Telecom 4G not yet for Dunedin

Dunedin is the conspicuous name missing from the list of centres in which Telecom will launch its 4G network on November 12.

Telecom locks in 16c dividend

Telecom locks in 16c dividend

Telecom failed to excite the market yesterday with its June-year profit announcement, but it did give investors certainty the 16c-per-share dividend would remain in place for at least another two years.

Football sweetener for Telecom clients

Telecom has joined with Coliseum Sports Media to offer customers access to English Premier League football matches through its broadband network, but the deal is not exclusive.

Queenstown gets 4G today

Queenstown and Wanaka residents should be able to access superfast content and information on the move on 4G-capable devices when Vodafone launches 4G today.

Falling Telecom revenue the issue

Falling Telecom revenue the issue

Telecom will be holding a much-anticipated investor day on Wednesday with the key issue facing the company being falling revenue from the fixed-line portion of its business, Milford Asset Management portfolio manager Jason Windust says.

Telecom 4G network going live this year

Telecom's 4G mobile services will go live in Auckland in October and in Wellington and Christchurch by Christmas.

'Ultra Fibre' on its way

Queenstown, Dunedin and Invercargill are among the 16 centres in New Zealand that can expect access to ''Ultra Fibre'' in the next few months, Telecom says.

Telecom expects 1230 jobs gone by mid-year

Telecom expects 1230 jobs gone by mid-year

Telecom expects to cut up to 1230 jobs by the middle of the year and brokers say the speed of change from the listed company since new chief executive Simon Moutter was appointed is a surprise.

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