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Fitbit and Snap think you want emojis on your fitness trackers
The Bitmoji smartwatch clockface as a “fun, expressive way to depict you living your best life 24/7 - whether it's logging a yoga sesh, celebrating a goal achievement, or reminding you when it's time for bed
BT’s automation platform aims to help customers embrace SD-WAN
The unique platform allows BT to fully integrate solutions from its partners.
Is social media now almost impossible to monetise unless you’re an industry giant?
MarketLine asks whether a social media business model based on building popularity before monetisation is fundamentally flawed.
2degrees' chief fixed officer - Snap owner Mark Petrie - moves on
“I really could not have chosen a better partner for Snap - which has made working in 2degrees for the past couple of years a lot of fun."
2degrees names Chorus the primary provider of national backhaul
2degrees and Chorus will commission the new 100Gb/s capacity during August. 2degrees is Chorus’ first national 100Gb/s customer.
2degrees launches broadband assault
2degrees has unveiled its first broadband plans, debuting two consumer plans, with business offerings to follow soon.
Netflix ranks NZ streaming speeds
Popular streaming service Netflix has released findings on how Kiwi internet providers stack up in regards to streaming speeds.
2degrees throws down gauntlet to competitors
Bundled offerings combining mobile, fixed line, broadband and PABX-like services on the cloud are on the way from 2degrees.
2degrees isn’t a challenger brand in wholesale market
It is no secret they have struggled in the business space & that was no doubt a large driver in the decision to buy their way into the fixed line game
2degrees unlikely to shake up landline prices, market commentators say
2degrees' purchase of internet service provider Snap, which gives it a foothold in the landline market, is unlikely to deliver a big shake-up in price
2degrees acquires Snap ISP for complete business offering
2Degrees, New Zealand's third-largest mobile telecommunications provider, is to acquire Christchurch-based internet service provider, Snap, to allow
Done deal: 2degrees confirms Snap acquisition
As first tipped by Techday on Friday, 2degrees has this morning confirmed it has acquired Snap.
2degrees: No, not sold, buying!
After plenty of speculation that 2degrees was about to be sold, it turns out they're the ones doing the buying.
Fastest broadband services officially live in Dunedin
Gigabit broadband services are now live in Dunedin today, meaning the city can now access the fastest broadband speeds in the southern hemisphere.
Consumer NZ poll slams Vodafone and Spark
Vodafone and Spark have a long way to go before their customers feel satisfied with their service.
Snap: Support critical for reliable networks
Westcon Imagine 2014 - Standing tall as one of New Zealand’s fastest-growing service providers,
Kiwi telco provides snappy home broadband
Snap has announced a national-high speed UFB plan, giving Kiwis access to the country’s fastest broadband throughout New Zealand.
Snap examines... the benefit of fibre
What can we do with fibre? That’s the question Snap’s James Koers says Kiwi businesses need to be asking now.
More on me: Mark Petrie, Snap
Straight out of school, Mark Petrie hit the information and communications technology industry.
Google releases NZ video quality report
Google has released its first Video Quality Report for New Zealand, enabling Kiwis to check out the level of video quality their Internet service provider can play YouTube videos.
Voyager bags big broadband download speed win
Voyager was the standout performer in the latest TrueNet Broadband Report, with the growing Internet Service Provider’s VDSL measuring at 2.5 seconds download speed.
Snap: Everything affects the network
Cloud services offer proven benefits to New Zealand businesses seeking greater economies of scale and agility.
One summary says it all - broadband plan comparison is now even easier
A standard format has been developed to help consumers compare different fixed line, residential broadband offers from New Zealand’s leading operators.
Adams backs better broadband info for consumers...
"These changes will make it easier for people to compare what different providers are offering, and to know if they are signing up for a package that meets their needs."