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# 143534 18-Apr-2014 03:48
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I'm looking for some data on who's the most popular in the ISP world.

The last statistics I could find were from '07, when Telecom (as Xtra) had 60%, given they've renamed themselves to "Spark" I think that golden age has ended.

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  # 1027168 18-Apr-2014 04:45
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Have you checked the commerce commission website? They should have some data available from the last few years.


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  # 1027171 18-Apr-2014 05:59
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There have been a number of breakdowns of customer numbers that get posted in news articles. I suggest you search the news sites. Or stats nz or similar sites.... I seem to remember Telecom's number is just below 50% but i could be wrong and the exact number at the time will be in our annual report(s).

 
 
 
 


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  # 1027525 18-Apr-2014 20:04
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Statistics NZ probably have the answer.
We have to submit a form each year telling them how many subscribers we have and attainable speeds.

edit: just checked they dont publish market share




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