Telecom

60,000 hit in Telecom turmoil

60,000 hit in Telecom turmoil

Telecom cancelled the passwords of about 60,000 Yahoo! Xtra email accounts on Saturday night to stop spam being sent from customers' accounts.

Telecom to continue with roaming rate changes

Telecom says the threat of regulation on roaming charges will not change its plans for more changes to rates for its customers travelling overseas.

Telecom plans to upgrade mobile network this year

Telecom is planning to upgrade its mobile data network in Wanaka this year.

Telecom activates 'hot spots'

Telephoning, skyping, texting and emailing in Queenstown, Frankton and Arrowtown on devices just became free and easy thanks to a new service introduced by Telecom this summer.

Service restored after Telecom broadband cut

Broadband services are returning for hundreds of thousands of Telecom customers following an outage this morning.

Telecom charges praised

Telecom charges praised

Telecom was receiving plenty of praise around the blogosphere yesterday after announcing it was slashing data roaming charges for travellers using their smartphones and other mobile devices overseas.

'Reshaping Telecom to thrive'

'Reshaping Telecom to thrive'

Change is inevitable for Telecom as it continues to face intense competition in every market in which it operates, new chief executive Simon Moutter says.

Telecom shares 'viciously sold'

Telecom investors appeared frightened off yesterday by the release of a complicated set of annual accounts, dumping the stock and forcing the share price down 9% soon after the June year profit was filed.

Cost reductions will be key to Telecom result

Cost reductions will be  key to Telecom result

Successful cost reductions will be a key part of the new Telecom's financial results for the six months to June expected out tomorrow, Forsyth Barr broker Tom Bliss says.

CDMA network closes; cellphone retailers busy

Telecom's CDMA network officially closed last night and Dunedin cellphone retailers have experienced a rush of customers not wanting to be left without working cellphones.

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