Telecom

Telcos launch cheaper mobile call rates

Telecom and Slingshot have this week responded to the lower mobile termination rates determination by lowering their national mobile calling rates.

More details on Telecom split

More details on Telecom split

The two entities resulting from the proposed structural separation of Telecom will use some of the same assets, but no assets will be jointly owned.

Curran criticism of Telecom 'classic case' of electioneering

Dunedin South MP Clare Curran has been accused of "vitriolic scaremongering" in her continuing attacks on Telecom in speeches in Parliament and in press releases.

Gen-i confident future is bright after Telecom split

Telecom's information technology arm Gen-i says it will make strong gains in a fibre-optic future, despite the dark clouds looming over the rest of the telco industry.

Telecom admits broadband fault

Telecom admits broadband fault

Telecom has admitted a software error has caused overcounting of broadband usage since November, affecting 35,000 customers who will now be provided with compensation.

Broadband cafe claims discrepancy

Broadband cafe claims discrepancy

Telecom has problems counting and could be overcharging thousands of customers' broadband accounts, according to detailed research by two customers.

Telecom signs deal to resell all Sky tv services

Sky Television has signed a three-year deal with Telecom to resell all of Sky's television services.

Telecom rating downgrade flagged

Telecom faces a one to two notch credit rating downgrade from Standard & Poor's when it separates the network arm from the rest of its business.

More Commerce Commission trouble for Telecom

The Commerce Commission says it is to issue proceedings alleging a failure by Telecom to provide a service to other companies caused serious harm to competition in telecommunications markets and reduced the financial feasibility of unbundling local exchanges.

Company chief declares interest in staying on

Company chief declares interest in staying on

Telecom managing director Paul Reynolds has no plans to leave the company or New Zealand despite this week pulling off one of the most profound changes of any global telecommunications companies.

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