Telecom

Telecom fortunes in flux

What a difference a year has made for Telecom. This time last year, the Otago Daily Times reported the company's share price had plunged to a new low of $1.90 as uncertainty about the future structure of the once blue chip company set in.

Telecom splitting into two this year

Telecom New Zealand will split into two companies by the end of 2011, after the announcement yesterday its network arm Chorus will build nearly three-quarters of the Government's ultra-fast broadband network.

Telecom surges after broadband decision

Telecom surges after broadband decision

Shares in Telecom surged after an announcement that the company's network arm Chorus would build nearly 70 percent of the Government's ultra fast broadband initiative.

Telecom wins big in broadband deal

Telecom wins big in broadband deal

Telecom has won the bulk of the contract to roll out an ultra fast broadband (UFB) network, the Government has announced.

Telecom trims capital expenditure forecast

Telecom trims capital expenditure forecast

Telecom has reduced its full-year capital expenditure forecasts in the latest trading outlook released yesterday.

Telecom fined record $12 million

Telecom fined record $12 million

Telecom has been fined a record $12 million by the High Court in Auckland for anti-competitive practices.

Changes for Telecom

Changes for Telecom

Telecom yesterday played a strong card in its pursuit of winning the major contracts to provide the Government's ultra-fast broadband (UFB) initiative throughout the country.

Tower will blend in with surrounds

Tower will blend in with surrounds

A conspicuous $200,000 Telecom mobile tower in Frankton will blend in with its surrounds once more development occurs around it, Shotover Park Ltd co-director Alastair Porter says.

Rural broadband big players talking

Telecom and Vodafone seem to have the inside running in building the $285 million rural broadband network under the Government's initiative.

Broadband decision may hurt rural users

A Government decision to award a rural broadband contract to Telecom and Vodafone might leave rural internet users with worse service than those in urban centres, the Labour Party says.

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