We’ve been working for some time helping our community get a better broadband experience by switching to fibre broadband. You are one of the 100,000 plus customers enjoying our fibre broadband services today.
If you want to continue streaming your entertainment and sport in HD, gaming at high speeds or video calling with no interruptions you’ll want to stay on fibre at your new address. Here’s how:
Enable support CERT NZ and Cyber Smart Week. We all need to be thinking about online safety and the importance of making sure we’re reducing the risks of online attacks – so here’s four simple practical steps to help.
People worldwide are engaging in video games on an entirely different level. Instead of simply partaking in the games they are participating by watching the games the same way you would watch a Rugby game.
We love how technology and online platforms can make life that little bit easier, especially when they simplify everyday tasks or send you helpful reminders. Here is a list of a few of the online services and apps that we think you will find useful too.
The cold weather often has us feeling blue, which results in booking holidays to escape the winter season. Perhaps your friend, relative or partner is heading overseas for a vacation and you aren’t sure of the best way to keep in touch? Overseas international calls can be very expensive, but if you have a fast and reliable internet connection like fibre then keeping in touch is a breeze.
Winter means snuggling up inside, and what better way to do so than by streaming something worthy online. To make that decision easier here are our top recommendations.
We’ve recently started applying new property access legislation that means we can build our network up some shared accessways or private right of ways without the need to gain explicit consent from all the neighbouring properties.
The benefits of fibre may be particularly noticeable or heightened during the winter months.
Chromecast is a streaming media adaptor produced by Google, that plugs into your TV’s HDMI port. This is then connected to your smart phone, tablet or laptop enabling you to transfer video content from YouTube, Netflix and other platforms from your device to a larger screen.