Fibre uptake accelerating in the north of the city

The demand for fibre broadband is accelerating in the north of Hamilton following the building of a special fibre extension by Ultrafast Fibre.

Ultrafast Fibre encouraged by Tauranga optic fibre uptake

New Zealand’s largest community-owned fibre company, Hamilton based Ultrafast Fibre, says the high level of fibre connections in one of its key markets is extremely encouraging.

Questioning NZ’s actual fastest broadband cities

Claims by Chorus that it has the country’s top ten cities for ‘fast, fixed line broadband’ have been questioned by New Zealand’s three other Local Fibre Companies. Chorus’ data clearly ignores 120,000 plus fibre broadband users connected in the cities where the ultra-fast broadband network operator is Northpower Fibre (Whangarei), Hamilton-based Ultrafast Fibre or Enable (Christchurch).

Winter planning urged for broadband connections

Fibre broadband network providers Ultrafast Fibre, Northpower Fibre and Enable are expecting increased demand for fibre broadband connections this winter and so are urging households to get in early.

Two new directors announced for Ultrafast Fibre

Hamilton based Ultrafast Fibre has announced the appointment of two new board directors. Ultrafast Fibre has announced the appointment of two new board directors. The appointments will fill vacancies resulting from the resignation of Crown Fibre Holdings directors, following WEL Networks and Waipa Networks taking full ownership of the business, in September 2016.

Ultra-fast broadband access on its way to more Central North Island communities

Ultrafast Fibre has today welcomed the announcement from the Communications Minister awarding them the contract to connect a further 12 central North Island communities as part of the Government’s ultra-fast broadband (UFB) initiative expansion.