Broadband services have been a growing business in New Zealand. According to Statistics New Zealand, the government’s official data collection agency, as of June 2017, the number of fibre optic broadband connections was estimated to be 397,000, up 67% since June 2016. Fibre optic connections make up 21% of all broadband connections compared to 12% in June 2016. As the ultrafast broadband rollout continues, more people are taking the opportunity to get faster fibre Internet at their homes or businesses.
By 2022 the government plans to provide fibre broadband connections to 80% of New Zealanders. The New Zealand Government has an initiative to shift majority of households to high speed fibre services. The government’s aspirational target is for 99% of New Zealanders to have access to peak broadband speed of at least 50 Mbps by 2025.
Unlimited Internet is a retail broadband service provider. In a competitive Internet services market, the brand has grown since its launch in 2015.
Here’s why Unlimited Internet stands out from the crowd:
In 2018, we will expand this business further and acquire more subscribers from smaller ISPs looking to exit this price driven market.
(Unlimited Internet is a brand owned by Unlimited Internet Ltd.)
Unlimited Internet was acknowledged by Statistics New Zealand. Excerpt from stats.gov.nz: