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Updated: NZ ISPs block internet footage of Christchurch shootings
2degrees, Spark, Vodafone and Vocus are now blocking any website that shows footage of the mosque shootings.
AA, Vodafone, How to DAD explain how to text and drive... sort of
How to DAD is the star of a driver distraction video that explains some of the more…. Unconventional ways to keep yourself away from your phone while driving.
Vodafone Group picks up Kiwi domestic violence initiative
Vodafone New Zealand’s extra 10 days of ‘safe leave’ for its employees has now been implemented in a total of 25 countries.
Vodafone sets latest round of redundancies into motion
Vodafone has offered the bulk of its staff voluntary redundancy with rumours saying it aims to drop as many as 400 of its 2700 employees.
Vodafone boosts its 4G network in New South Wales
As a result of the upgrades, some older devices that are only compatible with 3G 2100MHz spectrum will no longer work.
2degrees lays down the gauntlet with price promise
The telco provider has promised that its residential broadband customers won’t face a pay rise this year.
VMware's 5G ready cloud platform to power Vodafone’s networks
“The ability to be flexible and agile as we continue to automate our network operations and management could only be achieved through software-defined infrastructure."
Why APAC IoT deployments lack maturity
“IoT is central to business success in an increasingly digitised world, with 72% of adopters saying digital transformation is impossible without it.”
Vodafone releases phones with child-safe features
Along with the restriction capabilities, the Vodafone Smart N9 range also has a range of emergency and safety controls.
Vocus & Vodafone unbundle NZ's fibre network
“Unbundling fibre will provide retail service providers with a flexible future-proofed platform regardless of what tomorrow brings."
Vodafone and PNSol champion new ‘invisble network’ broadband project
"As an industry, we've increased the speed of broadband to one gigabit and beyond, which is a remarkable achievement, but we now have to look beyond speed."
Next-gen mobile signal booster launches in NZ
After a successful launch across the ditch, the Cel-Fi GO has come to the New Zealand market for people and businesses
Vodafone NZ strengthens IoT network with new tech rollout
Vodafone has launched two new IoT technologies that will allow greater expansion of solutions across New Zealand.
Vodafone and Telstra partner to bring security solutions to NZ
Vodafone security management services aim to help businesses navigate their security landscape and manage risk.
IDC NZ: Telcos finally going digital
The report says New Zealand telecommunications companies are transitioning to become genuine digital services providers.
No Pixel 3 for Kiwis - Why the snub, Google?
Google’s offerings in the NZ market are limited at best and there is no sign of when its latest phone will be hitting our shores.
How Nokia and Chorus aim to enhance broadband access for Kiwis
Chorus has deployed Nokia's VDSL2 vectoring technology to deliver improved broadband access to users across New Zealand.
Change Accelerator graduates empower communities
The three graduates from Vodafone’s Change Accelerator programme now have prototype solutions that they will use in practice with youth in their communities.
Vodafone and Huawei join to demonstrate ONAP orchestration capabilities
“Interoperability between service providers forms the very foundation of our industry."
Vodafone launches its latest smart workplace of the future
"We look to reflect diversity in ages, culture and types of work so that there’s space for everyone," says Murray Dobson.
Vodafone year end results show revenue growth and profit drop
With a $5m growth in revenue and 92,000 more customers over the last year, Vodafone remains in a strong position despite $7.7m less profit than 2017.
ComCom says national roaming stays, including 5G
Despite Vodafone and Spark’s protests, the Commerce Commission decided there will be no changes to national roaming in order to promote competition.
Vodafone wins telecommunications services deal with Meridian
Vodafone announced it has been selected as the preferred provider for Meridian Energy’s telecommunications services.
Vodafone trials regional plug-and-play connectivity in Australia
The plug-and-play device delivers 4G voice and data services in locations where commercial networks are not traditionally deployed.