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600,000 Kiwi businesses using .nz domain name
.nz continues to be the domain name of choice for New Zealanders in the face of growing competition in the market.
Spark's free Lightbox offer earns praise
Spark offering the service for free to its 600,000 customers is exactly the sort of thing that helps push internet-based solutions into the limelight for mainstream New Zealanders.
Are Vodafone and Spark using ComCom copper prices as an excuse to charge more?
"There occurs the slightest hint of a wholesale price rise and the providers are sending out letters to their customers telling them they have to pay more."
Top 10 internet predictions for 2015, by InternetNZ
"In the spirit of bravery and with the knowledge of almost certainly being proven wrong on many," InternetNZ provides insight into where the internet is going in 2015.
InternetNZ welcomes new trans-tasman internet cable
InternetNZ says the plan to have a new internet cable to New Zealand by June/July 2016 is ambitious but welcome.
Spark launches 'urgent review' of pricing
"Given today’s decision, we feel we have no choice but to undertake an urgent review of our current pricing across both voice and broadband plans."
You can now register a .nz domain
Shorter, simpler, more representative names directly at .nz can now be registered.
Just days to go until more choice in .nz domain names
In just under a week the second level .nz hierarchy you’re so used to seeing will undergo a major change.
Kiwis get ready... for more .NZ domain name choices
Have you ever looked at a .nz website or email address and gotten a kick out of the second level hierarchy? Of course you have.
Policy ushers in new era of choice in .nz domain names
"The change keeps all the advantages of the current system while expanding choice..."
Commerce Commission extends copper pricing consultation
"We take the industry’s concerns seriously and believe that the benefits of ensuring effective industry input outweigh any extended period of uncertainty."
Research grants awarded to find a ‘better internet’
Around the country this week recipients of several InternetNZ grants were a step closer to realising their research goals.
Two in, two out for InternetNZ
Four councillors were elected to the InternetNZ Council this week, including the appointment of a new InternetNZ Fellow.
Registrations open for NetHui 2013
Techday is proudly sponsoring NetHui 2013 in Wellington next month, and is pleased to announce registrations are now open.
InternetNZ announces acting CEO
Jordan Carter appointed to the role while the organisation continues its recruitment process.
Amy Adams to address NetHui South delegates
InternetNZ has revealed Amy Adams will deliver a ministerial keynote at the upcoming Net Hui South event in Otago.
InternetNZ hosts first NetHui conference in South Island
"NetHui South" becomes the first regional Internet conference, scheduled for Dunedin's Otago University and Otago museum late November.
International coalition favours Kiwi Copyright position
Largest coalition of civil society groups to speak out on U.S. copyright proposals in the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) indicates support for New Zealand's counterproposal.
New councillor, fellows at InternetNZ
Election results announced at advocacy group’s AGM.
InternetNZ invites techies to talk UFB
One-day conference offers chance for experts to discuss the finer points of fibre in build-up to NetHui 2012.
Internet groups bringing security guru to NZ
US-based Bruce Schneier to discuss the mechanisms of trust and their importance in a hyper-connected society.
Few kiwis know their content is filtered: InternetNZ
Survey shows less than half of internet users are even aware of the DCEFS system that blocks websites with images of child sexual abuse.
Countdown begins for Nethui 2012
Last year's event was a sell-out; register now to have your say on topics like the digital divide, copyright, and making the most of online opportunities.
Expats apply for .kiwi domain
Vancouver-based project aims to offer New Zealanders chance to 'claim their kiwiness online'.