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Telecom praises Kiwis with Spark Thanks initiative...
On the day Telecom officially changed its name to Spark New Zealand, the telco giant has also launched Spark Thanks in a bid to reward its customers across the country.
Telecom tells Kiwis... It’s time for a ‘Giganation’
Telecom, soon to be Spark New Zealand, says the time has come for Gigabit per second data download speeds to be available across all of New Zealand’s Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) fibre network.
Tele-gone? Workers rebel as Moutter-Gate saga continues...
"I loved my job but now i wake up to days when i dont feel like going to work. Happy staff means more productivity for the company."
Under-fire Moutter apologises to "cynical" Telecom employee
"But there is a line we shouldn't cross and none of us should accept judgmental criticism or outright cynicism.
Leak: Cynical? Please resign! Says Simon Moutter
Watch what you say on Telecom's internal intranet forum – or you might find the big boss telling you to feel free to take your cynical side to another company!
Sparks fly as Telecom reveals official name change date...
"Spark is much more than just a new name - it reflects enormous change underway in our business and in the world around us."
NZ boost as Gen-i nails down Aussie Telstra deal
"Our move to Spark in August reflects our singular focus on enabling New Zealand businesses to succeed in the digital world, both here in New Zealand and wherever else they may operate."
Sparks fly as Telecom seals Business Cloud specialist acquisition
"We see this as a strategic business move giving the Telecom group a very strong New Zealand Cloud services portfolio."
Telecom completes first stage of "major" reengineering programme
"The reengineering programme is a significant driver of our long-term strategy."
Telecom launches unlimited broadband data plans
Telecom, soon to be Spark, has announced that it will offer residential customers Unlimited Broadband Data plans from today.
Minister backs new Telecom TV approach
"This is one of the early signs that the market understands the new opportunities that will be available under the Ultra-Fast Broadband Initiative."
Why Telecom should be ashamed for $20 email addresses
Telecom planned to charge users of their Yahoo Xtra email system to use the service if they were no longer a Telecom customer.
Telecom launches its own Android music store
App developed in conjunction with Livewire Mobile lets users pay for music via their phone bill.
Telecom looks to remove roaming uncertainty
Telco intro's Data Smart Caps & roaming apps to keep customers informed about overseas data usage.
Tough tech decisions: 2degrees, Telecom, or Vodafone?
Which mobile carrier should you choose? We take a look at three options.
Chorus exceeds funding expectations
$1.35 billion syndicated bank facility offers even greater certainty for fibre network project: CFO.
Telecom's turnaround as it votes on whether to split from Chorus
"People are demanding fast, ubiquitous connectivity, but they don’t want to pay any more for it."
Telecom demerger approved - split from Chorus in the pipeline
The vote needed 75% approval to pass, but achieved a massive 99.8% approval.
Telecom demerger one step closer
Telecom will hold another vote at its annual meeting on October 26, and if this passes the demerger could be completed by November 30.
Telecom releases demerger documents
"Unpicking such a complex business is a massive undertaking,” says Telecom CEO.
Telecom offers targeted prepaid plans
"While some people prefer to talk, others would rather text or send a tweet."
Exec shuffle at Telecom
Acting CEO of Telecom wholesale, Nick Clark, will now report directly to Chorus CEO Mark Ratcliffe.
Telecom lowers capex estimates
Telecom CEO revises full year capex estimates in Q3 trading update
Update: Telecom Micro-SIM released today
Telecom XT customers can now get their hands on the new Micro-SIM, providing more options for iPad users.