Key quote here seems wrong
Currently within five years
* 93 per cent of New Zealanders can get broadband through their phone line, 2 per cent by wireless and the remaining 5 per cent by satellite broadband.
* Average broadband speeds range from 2Mb/s to 3Mb/s depending on how far a customer is located from the local telephone exchange and other variables.
What about the current TCL cable users, today and in the future (assuming TCL doesn't screw it up). We routinely get 10Mbs now with a promise of 25Mbs but this is not mentioned at all. I am sure that the TCL cable users today are more than 1% of broadband users in total.