Oddly, there are 179,000 customers on the fast copper line-based VDSL broadband service versus around 400,000 subscribers to the slower ADSL service.
Chorus, government agree to extend free UFB installation period – potentially paid for by two-year debt holiday
New deal with Crown Fibre Holdings could save Chorus up to $60 million in Crown loan repayment costs.
Bond yields in the United States are rising as investors become more convinced the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in December and that’s already biting New Zealand shares and the kiwi dollar.
Chorus has handed more of its New Zealand ultrafast broadband network building work to Australia's Visionstream.