TelstraClear is New Zealand’s second-largest full-service telecommunications company, providing products and services to the business, government, wholesale and residential sectors.
The company was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Telstra, the largest telecommunications provider in Australia until when it announced in mid-2012 that it was selling TelstraClear to Vodafone New Zealand. With that sale go the company assets – including customers, network infrastructure and some mobile spectrum. The sale was approved in late 2012 by the regulatory authorities.
In the New Zealand market, TelstraClear provides a full range of: Voice and data products; Broadband internet, naked DSL, VoIP; Mobile services via and MVNO agreement; Managed services; and Digital cable TV products and services.
The company also has triple play services and the T-Box with PVR and IPTV over its HFC cable networks in the Wellington, Kapiti and Christchurch areas.
In this report we provide an overview of the company with analysis by BuddeComm, with facts and figures on the operational and financial information of the company in tabular and easy-to-read chart formats.
Cable TV, fibre, broadband, revenue, mobile, MVNO, TelstraClear company purchased by Vodafone, some spectrum included.