Telecommunications in NZ
New Zealand (Aotearoa) is an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The country geographically comprises two main landmasses - the North Island, and the South Island, and around 600 smaller islands.
According to latest ITU data (June 2018) mobile coverage reaches 98.0% of the population, and 4G LTE accessible by 94% of New Zealanders.
New Zealand is forging ahead with wholesale retail separation as the model to drive widespread uptake of fixed-broadband services.
Although New Zealand has a high level of access to mobile-broadband, the Government has promoted access to optical fibre as a key economic enabler. This has guided restructuring of the industry through separation of the incumbent’s wholesale and retail units and the creation of a fibre-optic infrastructure deployment model based on open access principles and wholesale and retail provision. The UFB programme significantly extends consumer access to FTTP services nationally
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