New Zealand’s largest telco Spark and telecommunications infrastructure provider Chorus are to pilot a process aimed at making it easier for homeowners to install fibre for their broadband service.
New Zealand’s competition enforcement and regulatory agency, The Commerce Commission, has made a draft decision that the country’s largest telecommunications infrastructure provider, Chorus, should upgrade its capacity as needs grow so that retail telecommunications companies and consumers can continue to make best use of the capacity of copper lines.
New Zealand’s largest telco Spark has set out on a major programme to upgrade its broadband networks across the country and move as "many as possible" of its customers off old copper networks and onto newer technologies like fibre and wireless broadband.
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