Home or away, the fees are the same

, posted: 9-Mar-2004 22:39

Internet customers paying for overseas traffic may be receiving the data from local links - but are still charged international data rates. The data may also count towards their international data traffic caps, even though it is local. Internet provi (read the entire post)...

Telecom rival offers new fast net plans

, posted: 2-Mar-2004 22:37

TelstraClear is challenging Telecom with a range of new fast internet access plans with large monthly data
allowances in areas covered by its cable network - Wellington, Kapiti and Christchurch.

The three new plans are called HighSpe (read the entire post)...

Price war looms in net trade

, posted: 17-Feb-2004 22:24

A broadband price war could be as close as June as Telecom prepares to give competitors access to wholesale high-speed internet services that may undercut the Jetstream deals it unveiled last week. According to information the Herald has received, Te (read the entire post)...

Controversial internet provider Net4U disconnected

, posted: 24-Dec-2003 22:15

Hamilton internet provider Net4U has had its data and telephone circuits disconnected by Telecom, allegedly over an unpaid debt of $90,000 that has been outstanding for six months.

The disconnection yesterday cut off Net4U customers from i (read the entire post)...

Approved modems don't connect to Jetstream

, posted: 23-Dec-2003 22:12

When computer store manager Young Cho of Morning Computers in Glenfield started reselling broadband modems and setting up connections for his customers, he expected it to be straightforward.

The products all had a Telepermit and therefore (read the entire post)...

Peering spat disconnects TelstraClear customers from large NZ website

, posted: 26-Nov-2003 22:03

Customers of TelstraClear and its internet arm Paradise Net yesterday found themselves unable to access websites hosted by Auckland internet provider ICONZ.

Some of the sites that disappeared off TelstraClear customers' horizon include (read the entire post)...

Xtra feels heat over pricing

, posted: 23-Sep-2003 21:59

Internet providers have criticised Telecom Xtra's revised residential broadband plans as anti-competitive because the price cut further reduces their already small margins for reselling the service.

On Friday, Xtra lowered prices by $1 (read the entire post)...


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