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Topic # 17549 30-Nov-2007 21:09
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Good day. I am looking for some specific information about internet coverage and back haul services in particular areas of interest in NZ.   My queries are about specific regions in NZ and what kind of Internet services are being offered in that particular area. I would really appreciate if you can provide me the following information in the table below. 
RegionNo. of Existing ISPMajor ISP’s NamesInternet coverage in this regionInternet PenetrationKind of services providedAverage Plan CostIs Backhaul available in this regionWhich all Telco’s Provide Backhaul services in this regionAverage cost for backhaul services 
BroadbandADSL
New Plymouth          
Rotorua          
Napier          
Waikato          
Gisborne          
Wanganui          
South Taranaki          
Whakatane          
Stratford          
Hastings          
 Any help in this regard would be highly appreciated. Thank you Regards Pranav

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Reply # 97743 30-Nov-2007 23:51
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What about searching the Broadband providers' website ? And google can also be your best friend




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  Reply # 97852 1-Dec-2007 23:47
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Welcome to Geekzone PranavShanker

chakkaradeep is correct I think your best bet is to have a look at Broadband providers' website & doing Google searches

These websites may also help you:

http://www.weblist.co.nz/

http://www.ispfind.co.nz/

http://www.internetchoice.co.nz/

http://broadband.portal.net.nz/

Good luck Smile

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 97858 2-Dec-2007 01:04
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You have already been told that some of the information your seeking is commercially sensitive so you will struggle to obtain it.

And the rest is just a simple search in Google or using one of the websites listed above, such as NZ Connections, where you have already asked this question...

Better yet, as its your research, you should look for the information yourself.

All you have to do is follow the handy links provided from a site like NZ Connections to every ISP, and read their site to find out where they operate, what services they provide, how many operate in particular areas, average costs you could easily glean from our Internet Plans-Pricing Comparisons table, with a bit of simple math once you know which ISP's operate in which region...

Collating data is not that hard, it just takes time....




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