Competition driving down NZ broadband prices

Posted in: Internet Use/New Technologies at 16/09/2011 20:47

The New Zealand telco market is giving Australia a run for its money with news that ISPs across the Tasman are catching up to their Aussie counterparts. A new report, published by Market Clarity, found that New Zealand telcos are becoming increasingly competitive.

However, the Trans-Tasman Broadband Value Gap: Comparing Prices in Australia and New Zealand report found that the maximum cost of broadband per gigabyte (GB) is still much higher in New Zealand -- $43.23 -- compared to the Australian average of $24.98.

To read this Computerworld report in full, see:
www.computerworld.com.au/article/400818/competition_driving_down_nz_broadband_prices/
www.networkworld.com/news/2011/091511-competition-driving-down-nz-broadband-250929.html

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