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Spark dials back wireless broadband goal

Paul McBeth
Thu, 19 Aug 2021

Spark wireless broadband is facing stiff opposition (Image: Deposit Photos).
Paul McBeth
Thu, 19 Aug 2021
Spark New Zealand expects slower take-up of its wireless broadband offering after falling well short of its annual target, with the nation’s closed border keeping a lid on overall growth.The country’s biggest telco reported a small increase in annual operating earnings as its increasingly important mobile business goes from strength to strength but noted stiffer competition in the broadband space as retailers vie for customers in a static population.Spark has been pushing its wireless broadband to customers as an alternative to copp...

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