Telecommunications

Telecommunications

Telecommunications in New-Zealand -
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What is Spark NZ? Spark is an telecommunications provider in New Zealand
Spark - New Network 2300MHz - spectrum bid was approved by NZ ComCom. The new spectrum can reach internet network services in rural and remote areas. Spark had acquired the spectrum management rights for 70MHz of unused radio spectrum in the 2300MHz band.
The spectrum, was previously used by Craig Wireless Spectrum Operations and Woosh Wireless Holdings. Craig is a Canadian company based in California. The rights purchase price reportedly NZ$9 million. Craig won the spectrum management rights from the Crown in 2007 during an auction. If the spectrum is not unused, the management rights will return back to the Crown on December 31, 2016.
The spectrum holder must provide : fixed-wireless broadband service in 15 areas, serving 30% of the residential population ; or a mobile phone service available to at least 50% of the entire New Zealand population.
Spark will expand its long-term evolution (LTE) fixed-wireless offering and increase the quality of service to customers running on poor-quality copper lines. Will provide better services and internet offers in remote areas and to urban customers currently unable to access fibre internet.
Fixed-wireless broadband access services. Broadband over LTE (BoLTE) and voice over LTE (VoLTE) services, for New Zealand customers
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