The Ultimate Guide to Broadband
In two words, Broadband is a fast connection. To the internet, of course. While ‘fast’ isn’t generally defined as it is a moving target (what was considered fast 5 years ago isn’t considered fast today), Broadband generally refers to the fastest available consumer connections regardless of technology type. Wireless networks or fibre networks are equally described as ‘Broadband connections’, often prefixed as ‘wireless Broadband’ or ‘Fibre Broadband’. The name derives from the broad array of technologies available for the creation of a high-capacity internet connection.
1 million more homes and businesses eligible for fibre ...
Gigaclear appoints Clancy for fibre broadband roll-out
Wed, 25th Jan 2023
MyRepublic exits Australian market, sharpens business f...
Fri, 30th Dec 2022
About Network Management
Singtel showcases 5G enhancements at New Year's Eve sho...
Thu, 29th Dec 2022
Noel Leeming first to offer Starlink in New Zealand
Thu, 22nd Dec 2022
Chorus sees spike in business demand for faster fibre c...
Fri, 9th Dec 2022
ComCom announces a much broader next phase of MBNZ
Tue, 29th Nov 2022
About Network Infrastructure
Versa announces partnership with Nabiq to deliver 5G se...
Thu, 29th Sep 2022
Vodafone NZ to rebrand as One New Zealand in early 2023
Wed, 28th Sep 2022
Poor mobile coverage most prominent issue for telco ser...
Thu, 22nd Sep 2022
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Mon, 5th Sep 2022
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Tue, 23rd Aug 2022
Chorus announces Hyperfibre sponsorship deal with NZ Es...
Thu, 4th Aug 2022
MyRepublic unveils 'choose the speed you need' mobile p...
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