ISP / Internet Service Provider stories - Page 2
Superloop acquires SkyMesh broadband customers in $1.5 million deal
The new deal will add over 10,000 broadband subscribers to Superbb, the newly formed retail broadband division of Superloop.
Why Aussies aren’t happy with their NBN connection
Many Aussies wish they could switch back to their previous Internet service rather than having to use the NBN, reveals new research by finder.
Exclusive Interview: Targeting the university sector with AARNet and Zoom
AARNet champions internet advancements in education, evolving from infrastructure provider to innovative NFP reseller.
Full 5G rollout won’t happen in 2018 - GlobalData
Forget the hype, the road to full 5G coverage is going to be a little longer than vendors and service providers have promised.
The less tangible cost of Vocus New Zealand
New Zealand buyer of Vocus Group will face significant challenges integrating disconnected assets worth $400m.
Tomizone acquires mystery MSP to give revenues a $1 million boost
The company says the acquisition is consistent with their growth strategy of acquiring businesses with complementary offerings.
Harbour ISP appoints Adam Simpson as CEO
While retiring from day-to-day management of the business, Charles Tym continues as a director of Harbour ISP.
The importance of net neutrality in today’s digital world
Who will end up paying any additional costs that are levied? Will cloud providers be taxed by the telco operators?.
Who’s the greatest NZ Internet provider of them all? Winners announced
The inaugural Broadband Compare Awards ceremony took place last night to determine New Zealand’s best broadband provider. So who won?.
Ghana’s oldest ISP turns 20, says bright times ahead for IT in Africa
AfricaOnline says they will continue to invest in Africa's digital economy thereby continuing their journey together into the digital world.
When are HSNS tail extensions going to be a thing?
Chorus' HSNS tail extension pricing baffles, hindering easy access to a service with promised high returns for RSPs.
Will newcomer internet provider Rain reign supreme?
The new internet provider is taking the slow and steady route to win over the South African market, but will it be enough?.
Voyager follows Actrix Networks deal with another acquisition
This marks the latest in a recent suite of similar deals for Voyager, such as the acquisition of Actrix Networks in October 2016.
Vodafone shuts down 20-year-old Paradise and Clear email platforms
For customers who are keen to still receive the emails sent to their old account, Vodafone will offer a free auto forwarding service.
Chunghwa Telecom conducts major senior management shakeup
Chunghwa Telecom’s management team has received a shakeup, with three major appointments to its executive team.
Vodafone shows improved average surf speeds in May
After noticing Vodafone delivered slower average speeds than other ISPs in April, TrueNet have announced a significant improvement in May results.
ISPs build backdoors into customer modems, creating security breach
Vodafone and Spark are among the ISPs. Their policy is to use the access for troubleshooting, but it still raises red flags.
Auckland ISP sets up shop in provincial New Zealand
Unlimited Internet has established a Customer Service Centre in Palmerston North from where it will grow its customer base further throughout NZ.
Speed isn't everything: 3 vital things to look for in your ISP
ISPs will always try to woo customers with impressive connection speeds - here are 3 crucial factors to consider before signing that contract.
Indirect damage: Why service providers should care about customer security
Offering reliable security solutions from a respected security vendor can be the difference that helps MSPs and ISPs build their brand.
Revealed: Who is New Zealand’s cheapest non-contract ISP?
When it comes to Internet in New Zealand, many Kiwis are led to believe there are only a few options from the major players. However, this isn't true.
Kiwi ISP releases 'groundbreaking' app feature
Bigpipe launches new app feature for customers to test broadband connection faults, aiming to be technology leader in New Zealand.
Scott Bartlett to head Kordia's Aussie & NZ operations
Kordia has announced that Scott Bartlett will be taking up the role of Group CEO, responsible for both the company's NZ and Australian operations.
What has NZ's leading owned-and-operated ISP been up to?
HD is one of New Zealand’s leading owned and operated ISP’s and they've been very busy over the last 12 months, with new opportunities for clients.