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[February 25, 2013]

New Zealand - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts

(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/99wjzs/new_zealand) has announced the addition of the "New Zealand - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts" report to their offering.



This report covers trends and developments in telecommunications - mobile communications, ultra-fast broadband network and regulatory developments in New Zealand.

Subjects include: - Key players in the market including the incumbent operator; - Regulatory changes affecting the market; - Planned spectrum changes to the analogue/digital TV and mobile frequencies; - Key telecommunications statistics; - An overall market snapshot with statistics and selected market forecasts; - Market analysis and descriptive commentary of current and future market changes.

Executive Summary: Network access technology pricing will hamper long-term uptake BuddeComm's New Zealand - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts annual publication provides a detailed overview including statistics and analysis of the regulatory, infrastructure, fixed voice and broadband, mobile voice and broadband and the digital media sectors of the New Zealand telecoms market. An overview of the key market players in the markets is also provided, as are selected market forecasts.

The New Zealand Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) and the Regional Broadband Initiatives (RBI) are now both in deployment across the countryside, yet it will be many years for these developments to be completed. But these infrastructure deployments will set the stage for many new developments utilising these high-speed broadband networks.

But uptake of residential fibre has been slow as these new networks must compete with existing technologies. Yet these high-speed networks are now connecting schools with all schools to be connected by 2015.

The RBI, a joint venture of Chorus and Vodafone, see Chorus, the largest provider of fixed-line access and telecommunications infrastructure, installing and upgrading fibre to roadside cabinets and other infrastructure equipment, with retail service providers connecting the end users.

Vodafone is providing upgrades and additional cell towers, providing a wireless broadband service to rural communities using the mobile networks. In late 2012 Vodafone New Zealand got the official go ahead with the purchase of TelstraClear. With that sale go the company assets - including customers, network infrastructure and some mobile spectrum.

Vodafone NZ has now for many years positioned itself as the country's largest mobile network operator, the purchase of TelstraClear will now also allow the company to really compete across the telecoms sector and further build its base that provides fixed line services, mobile voice, data and value-added mobile services. The company has had more than 50% of the mobile market since 2003, but since 2010, market share has continued to slip and by early 2013 is around 44% with most of its lost customer base moving to mobile operator 2degrees.

In the regulatory market, recent changes sees a new pricing model for wholesale services that was mandated in late 2012 with some prices reduced immediately while others are to take effect in 2014. The changes will have a long-term effect on UFB uptake as Chorus and other local fibre companies (LFC) continues their fibre rollout under the UFB.

Changes in the regulatory market will also affect the smaller players as Telecom and Vodafone now position themselves in a duopolistic market. The 2nd tier companies can still expand their business using unbundled local loop products such as VDSL as a route to the eventual fibre-to-the-premise (FttP) that will see 75% of New Zealanders covered by end-2019.

Telecom New Zealand has now closed its CDMA network, thereby allowing the company to move forward towards Long-term evolution (LTE), as many other operators worldwide are now moving too. The company commenced 4G/LTE trials in late 2012 continuing into early 2013. Whether this will be the golden opportunity to turn the company around and claim back its market leadership will be seen further into 2013-2014 after the rules of the digital dividend frequency auctions become clearer.

In the digital environment, the UFB and RBI developments will drive speeds across the country that will enable growth across all the market and environmental sectors of the New Zealand economy. The government has committed to providing access to an online network for e-learning in 2013 for students and schools that will see the coming generations of students with the necessary skills for the digital world of the future.

Mobile broadband subscriber numbers continue to increase, although slower than in past years as penetration increases. Growth of around 11% was achieved in 2012 and into 2013 will grow again, yet will be under a 10% increase. These year-on-year increases in mobile broadband numbers continue to exceed growth in fixed-wireless broadband. But the lack of ubiquitous mobile broadband coverage, its high cost on a short-term basis and overall signal strength sees the use of fixed-wireless broadband as a necessity across the country.

In 2012 we saw mobile network operator 2degrees growing on average at around one thousand customers a day since its launch. By late 2012 we are estimating that 2degrees has around 20% overall market share since its launch just over three years ago.

The mobile market continues to hover around 120-125% penetration is continuing to grow as some operators provide add-on packs attracting increased usage at a lower cost. With spectrum auctions planned that will allow the adding of LTE networks, further regional deployment of 3G coverage under the RBI, we will see more consumers in coverage and the possibility of even more subscribers across the networks.

Market highlights: - Digital TV changeover commences as analogue TV starts its shutdown; - Mobile subscribers numbers continues to increase as penetration increases to 124% by late 2012; - Overall prepaid mobile subscribers increased by 1% as the postpaid market grew by 6%; - Pay TV market stagnates at 50% household penetration, but a new player enters the market; - RBI initiatives see mobile coverage to some areas for the first time; - 4G LTE trials commence in preparation for future spectrum auctions; - The fibre market sees high initial growth above 45% but only a small amount of users are connecting; - Vodafone secures the assets of TelstraClear as its mobile share continues to decrease.

For those needing detailed overviews, statistics and forecasts, as well as objective analysis on all aspects of the New Zealand telecoms industry, this report provides essential reading and gives in-depth information on: - An overall market overview with statistics and forecasts; - Operating overview of the key players in the market including financial overviews; - Fixed and wireless broadband; - Broadcasting and Pay TV markets; - The Ultra-fast broadband network and Rural Broad Initiative; - Telecommunications infrastructure developments; - Regulatory developments; - Digital media and the digital economy; - network voice and VoIP markets;Mobile communications and regulatory issues covering spectrum and pricing developments.

Data in this report is the latest available at the time of preparation and may not be for the current year.

Key Topics Covered: 1. Statistical Overview of the Market 1.1 Key statistics 1.2 Local access and fixed voice overview 1.2.1 Fixed-line voice market 1.2.2 Smaller players operate in niche markets 1.2.3 Payphones 1.3 VoIP market 1.3.1 Market overview 1.3.2 Market size and estimates 1.3.3 Residential sector 1.3.4 Business sector 1.4 Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) 1.4.1 Introduction 1.4.2 Service bundling 1.4.3 Dual-mode services 1.4.4 Network convergence 2. The Market Moving into 2013 2.1 Competitive landscape 2.1.1 New Zealand's 2nd tier players squashed 2.1.2 Is consolidation needed for future survival 2.1.3 Fibre will provide more access to service 2.2 The UFB and RBI 2.2.1 All is not well with the UFB in New Zealand 2.2.2 Overbuilding the networks overspends the investment dollar 2.3 Mobile market 2.3.1 Will TelstraClear's new owner add value to the market 2.3.2 Major overhaul of New Zealand telecom market 2.3.3 Spectrum auctions 2.4 Developments in cloud services and big data 2.4.1 Growth in crowdsourced data collection 2.4.2 Big data and the growth in M2M 2.5 Consumer prices 2.5.1 Higher price points leads to lower uptake 2.5.2 The hidden cost of increased UFB uptake 3. Regulatory Overview 3.1 History 3.2 UBA, UCLL, LLU and UBS access market developments 3.2.1 Draft determination on wholesale services - late 2012 3.2.2 Minor changes post Telecom and Chorus demerger 3.3 Mobile regulation developments 3.3.1 Mobile termination rates 3.3.2 Micropayments using PayforitNZ approved 3.4 Spectrum market 3.4.1 Background information 3.4.2 Spectrum and auctions 3.4.3 Digital Switchover (DSO) 3.5 Telecommunications Service Obligations (Kiwi Share) 3.5.1 Background 3.5.2 Telecommunications Development Levy - 2010 - 2017 3.5.3 TDL changes - 2012 3.6 Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) 3.6.1 Overview 3.6.2 New services in 2011 3.6.3 Cost of the TSR 3.7 Telecommunications Dispute Resolution (TDR) 3.7.1 Scheme overview 3.8 Number Portability (NP) 3.8.1 Overview 3.8.2 Statistics 4. Market Forecasts 2015, 2020 4.1 Market overview of the industry of the future 4.1.1 Media market 4.1.2 Total overhaul of the telecoms industry 4.1.3 Infrastructure market 4.1.4 The retail market 4.1.5 The trans-sector market 4.2 The fixed broadband market 4.2.1 Setting the scene 4.2.2 Fixed broadband market forecasts 4.3 The mobile market 4.3.1 Overview of changes 4.3.2 Mobile market scenarios 4.4 Forecasting notes 5. Mobile Communications 5.1 Major mobile operators 5.1.1 Telecom Mobile 5.1.2 Vodafone New Zealand 5.1.3 2degrees Mobile 5.2 Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) 5.2.1 TelstraClear 5.2.2 Black+White 5.2.3 CallPlus/Slingshot 5.2.4 Compass 5.2.5 Orcon 5.3 Statistics 5.3.1 Operating statistics 5.3.2 Historic statistics 5.3.3 Revenue analysis 5.3.4 Mobile revenue statistics 5.3.5 Number portability 5.3.6 Smart device market 5.4 Mobile Messaging 5.4.1 Short Message Service (SMS) 5.5 Mobile content and applications 5.5.1 International mobile roaming (IMR) 5.5.2 NFC payments trials 5.5.3 Joint venture for Trusted Service Manager (TSM) 6. The Broadband Market 6.1 Broadband - Statistics, Overview and Providers 6.1.1 Overview of fixed broadband market in New Zealand 6.1.2 The ISP market 6.1.3 Broadband statistics and forecasts 6.1.4 Major broadband service providers 6.2 Ultra-Fast Broadband Network 6.2.1 The UFB and RBI 6.2.2 BuddeComm analysis 6.2.3 Overview of involved parties 6.3 Wireless Broadband 6.3.1 Overview 6.3.2 WiFi 6.3.3 WiMAX 6.3.4 Satellite 6.3.5 Major wireless broadband providers 7. Digital Economy and Digital Media 7.1 The digital economy - a key market driver 7.2 Policies and infrastructure 7.2.1 E-government 7.2.2 The Ultra-Fast Broadband network - getting connected 7.2.3 New Zealand's current broadband network 7.3 Digital economy in New Zealand 7.3.1 Overview of the indicators 7.4 E-commerce 7.4.1 Overview and statistics 7.4.2 Daily-deal coupon sites still growing in popularity 7.4.3 Trade Me 7.4.4 Global newcomers to e-commerce in New Zealand 7.4.5 Online music 7.5 E-health 7.5.1 Overview 7.5.2 Personal health care records 7.5.3 E-learning 7.6 Smart meters/smart grids 7.6.1 Overview 7.6.2 Renewable energy use target set for 2025 7.6.3 Electric vehicles trials and wireless chargers 7.6.4 Pilots and trials 7.6.5 Smart meters finally getting smart 7.6.6 Smart grids starting to roll out 7.6.7 Christchurch network smart meters 7.6.8 Auckland network smart meters 7.6.9 Google PowerMeter installed in New Zealand 7.6.10 Smart networks 7.6.11 Smart homes 7.6.12 Time shifting of power usage 7.7 Digital media 7.7.1 IPTV (DSL TV) 7.7.2 Mobile TV 7.7.3 Social networking 8. Major Operators 8.1 Telecom Corporation New Zealand 8.1.1 Company information 8.1.2 Operations statistical information 8.1.3 Company divisions 8.1.4 Products and services 8.1.5 Subsidiary and associate companies 8.1.6 Environmental developments 8.1.7 Company history 8.1.8 Financial results FY 2012 8.2 Vodafone New Zealand 8.2.1 Company information 8.2.2 The networks 8.2.3 Products and services 8.2.4 Wholesale, roaming and partnerships 8.2.5 Financial results 8.2.6 Operating results 8.2.7 Company history 8.3 Overview of the Secondary Telecoms Players 8.3.1 CallPlus 8.3.2 M2 NZ Limited 8.3.3 Southern Cross Cable Network 8.3.4 WxC (Worldxchange Communications) 8.3.5 Chorus Limited 8.3.6 Kordia - Orcon 8.3.7 Telstraclear 9. Broadcasting - FTA, Pay TV, Digital TV and Radio 9.1 Broadcasting market 9.1.1 Overview 9.2 Free-to-air TV 9.2.1 Television New Zealand (TVNZ) 9.2.2 Maori TV 9.2.3 MediaWorks NZ 9.2.4 Prime Television New Zealand 9.2.5 New Zealand Racing Board 9.3 Digital FTA TV 9.3.1 Freeview 9.3.2 Digital TV changeover 9.4 Pay and cable TV (digital) 9.4.1 Market overview 9.4.2 Igloo 9.4.3 SKY Network Television 9.4.4 TelstraClear (separate report) 9.5 IPTV 9.5.1 Overview 9.5.2 Quickflix 9.5.3 TiVo 9.6 Digital radio 9.6.1 Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) 9.6.2 Digital radio trials 10. Glossary of Abbreviations Table 1 - Country statistics - 2012 Table 2 - Telecom revenue and investment statistics - 2008 - 2012 Table 3 - Telephone network statistics - 2012 Table 4 - Internet statistics - 2012 Table 5 - Broadband statistics - 2012 Table 6 - Mobile statistics - 2012 Table 7 - Broadcasting statistics - Pay TV and FTA TV - 2012 Table 8 - Local access lines and local service and calling revenues - 2002 - 2012 Table 9 - VoIP plans and calling rates by major provider - 2013 Table 10 - Telecom revenue and investment statistics - 2010 - 2012 Table 11 - Estimated cost of building the UFB Table 12 - Mobile subscribers by network operator - 2011 - 2013 Table 13 - Telecom and Vodafone network termination rates - 2009 - 2014 Table 14 - Annual cost of TDL - 2010 - 2017 Table 15 - TDL qualified revenue and TDL charges - 2010 - 2011 Table 16 - Sprint payments from TRS/TSO - 2004 - 2011 Table 17 - Total ported numbers mobile versus fixed - 2009 - 2012 Table 18 - Ported numbers mobile versus fixed by month - 2009 - 2012 Table 19 - Size of mobile trans-sector market - 2020 Table 20 - Size of fixed trans-sector market - 2020 Table 21 - Telecommunications services revenue by market - 2010; 2015; 2020 Table 22 - Telecommunications services revenue share by market - 2010; 2015; 2020 Table 23 - Forecast fixed-broadband subscribers - 2012 - 2013; 2015; 2020 Table 24 - Forecast mobile voice subscribers - 2012 - 2013; 2015; 2020 Table 25 - 2degrees key financial performance figures - 2008 - 2012 Table 26 - Mobile subscribers, annual change and penetration rate - 2001 - 2013 Table 27 - Mobile subscribers per major operator - 2001 - 2013 Table 28 - Annual change in mobile subscribers per major operator - 2002 - 2013 Table 29 - Market share of mobile subscribers per operator - 1995 - 2013 Table 30 - Telecom and Vodafone prepaid versus postpaid subscribers - 2005 - 2013 Table 31 - Market share of prepaid subscribers by MNO - 2009 - 2013 Table 32 - Mobile subscribers per major operator (historic) - 2001 - 2007 Table 33 - Mobile subscribers, annual change and penetration rate (historic) - 1995 - 2000 Table 34 - Telecom Mobile and Vodafone annual call minutes (historic) - 2006 - 2009 Table 35 - Telecom and Vodafone network termination rates - 2009 - 2014 Table 36 - Overview of prepaid calling rates per major operator - 2013 Table 37 - Mobile market revenue by MNO - 2008 - 2012 Table 38 - Annual change in mobile market revenue by MNO - 2008 - 2012 Table 39 - Mobile revenue market share by MNO - 2008 - 2012 Table 40 - Mobile market revenue by MNO (historic) - 1997 - 2007 Table 41 - Annual change in mobile market revenue by MNO (historic) - 1998 - 2007 Table 42 - Mobile revenue market share by MNO (historic) - 1997 - 2007 Table 43 - Fixed-broadband penetration by access method - 2012 Table 44 - Estimated number of ISPs, users, subscribers and penetration rate - 2000 - 2013 Table 45 - Overview of filtering of internet access - 2010 - 2011 Table 46 - Mobile devices being internet site filtered by brand - 2010 - 2011 Table 47 - Internet subscribers by market segment - 2006 - 2012 Table 48 - ISPs by size - 2010 - 2013 Table 49 - Internet subscribers by download speed - 2010 - 2012 Table 50 - Internet subscribers by upload speed - 2010 - 2012 Table 51 - Internet subscribers by download plan limits - 2009 - 2012 Table 52 - Internet subscriber numbers by download speed (historic) - 2007 - 2009 Table 53 - Estimates of residential broadband subscribers by major provider - 2010 - 2013 Table 54 - Annual change of residential broadband subscribers by major provider - 2009 - 2013 Table 55 - Broadband subscribers by technology - 2007 - 2013 Table 56 - Broadband penetration - wireless versus fixed-line access - 2005 - 2013 Table 57 - Telecom broadband retail and wholesale subscribers - 2008 - 2011 Table 58 - Overview of RBI and some key performance indicators - 2012 - 2015 Table 59 - Overview of UFB rollout coverage by premise type and users available - 2011 - 2012 Table 60 - Woosh Wireless subscribers - 2005 - 2012 Table 61 - Woosh Wireless key financial results overview - 2004 - 2011 Table 62 - Woosh Wireless capex versus opex - 2009 - 2011 Table 63 - Zenbu subscribers, WiFi zones and data throughput - 2007 - 2012 Table 64 - Budget allocation for UFB investment - 2009 - 2013 Table 65 - Estimated New Zealand population shopping online - 2008 - 2013 Table 66 - Top 5 e-commerce sites in New Zealand by popularity - 2011 - 2012 Table 67 - Information, e-commerce or social media websites in New Zealand in top 20 - 2011 - 2012 Table 68 - Overview of Facebook users in New Zealand - 2009 - 2012 Table 69 - Fixed lines in operation by division - 2008 - 2012 Table 70 - Annual change in fixed lines by division - 2009 - 2012 Table 71 - International traffic overview- 2009 - 2012 Table 72 - Telecom mobile monthly ARPU - pre/postpaid voice and data - 2009 - 2013 Table 73 - Annual change in monthly ARPU by market sector - 2010 - 2013 Table 74 - Usage of access lines by SMEs - 2010 - 2012 Table 75 - Telecom fixed lines and market share - 2010 - 2012 Table 76 - Environmental KPIs - 2008 - 2012 Table 77 - Telecom Group key financial operating highlights - 2009 - 2012 Table 78 - Telecom Group key financial operating highlights by annual change - 2009 - 2012 Table 79 - Telecom Group revenue by service division - 2009 - 2012 Table 80 - Telecom Group revenue by service division and by annual change - 2009 - 2012 Table 81 - Telecom Group revenue annual change by service division - 2009 - 2012 Table 82 - Telecom Group expenses - 2009 - 2012 Table 83 - Telecom Group capital expenditure - 1999 - 2012 Table 84 - AAPT operations revenue by service - 2009 - 2012 Table 85 - AAPT operations revenue by annual change - 2009 - 2012 Table 86 - AAPT operations expenses - 2009 - 2012 Table 87 - Vodafone NZ revenue and annual change - 1996 - 2011 Table 88 - Vodafone NZ annual profit and annual change - 2002 - 2012 Table 89 - Vodafone NZ financial overview - 2009 - 2011 Table 90 - Vodafone NZ average monthly ARPU - pre/postpaid and total - 2003 - 2012 Table 91 - Vodafone subscriber statistics - 1998 - 2013 Table 92 - Vodafone prepaid versus postpaid subscribers - 2006 - 2013 Table 93 - Vodafone fixed-line subscribers - 2011 - 2013 Table 94 - M2 NZ Limited key financial statistics overview - 2009 - 2011 Table 95 - Cost of accessing the protected circuits of the SX cable - 2000 - 2013 Table 96 - Broadcasting statistics overview - FTA TV - 2012 Table 97 - Overview of TVNZ key financial parameters - 2011 - 2012 Table 98 - TVNZ financial overview (historical) - 2007 - 2010 Table 99 - Freeview household viewers and penetration rate - 2009 - 2012 Table 100 - Percentage of digital TV households by region - 2011 - 2012 Table 101 - Digital TV breakup by service provider/technology -- 2010 - 2012 Table 102 - Pay TV broadcasting statistics - 2008 - 2012 Table 103 - SKY Network Television Ltd broadcasting, financial overview and ARPU - 2010 - 2012 Table 104 - SKY Network Television Ltd operational overview - 2010 - 2012 Table 105 - SKY Network Television total UHF, DBS & other subscribers - 1993 - 2013 Table 106 - SKY Network Television average monthly ARPU (historic) - 2005 - 2008 Table 107 - SKY Network Television revenue & annual change - 1997 - 2013 Chart 1 - Overview of key telecoms subscriber numbers - snapshot - 2009 - 2012 Chart 2 - Overview of fixed access lines - 2006 - 2012 Chart 3 - Overview of subscribers by network operator - 2009 - 2013 Chart 4 - Sprint payments from TRS/TSO - 2004 - 2011 Chart 5 - Overview of fixed versus mobile ported numbers - 2009 - 2012 Chart 6 - Overview of monthly porting of local and mobile numbers - 2008 - 2012 Chart 7 - Overview of 2degrees key financial performance indicators - 2008 - 2012 Chart 8 - Overview of mobile subscribers, annual change and penetration rate - 2005 - 2013 Chart 9 - Overview of mobile subscribers per major operator - 2009 - 2013 Chart 10 - Overview of mobile market share by major operator - 2008 - 2013 Chart 11 - Overview of Telecom and Vodafone prepaid versus postpaid subscribers - 2005 - 2013 Chart 12 - Overview of the market share of prepaid mobile subscribers by MNO - 2013 Chart 13 - Overview of ISPs versus penetration rate - 2005 - 2013 Chart 14 - Overview of internet users versus subscribers - 2005 - 2013 Chart 15 - Overview of ISPs by market size - 2007 - 2013 Chart 16 - Overview of broadband subscribers by download data limits - 2012 Chart 17 - Overview of broadband subscribers - annual changes by technology - 2009 - 2013 Chart 18 - Overview of Telecom broadband connections and revenue - 2005 - 2011 Chart 19 - Overview of key financial results - Woosh Wireless - 2004 - 2011 Chart 20 - Overview of the growth of Zenbu subscribers, WiFi zones and data throughput - 2007 - 2012 Chart 21 - Overview of population who have shopped online in New Zealand - 2008 - 2013 Chart 22 - Overview of Trade Me share price trending - 2011 - 2012 Chart 23 - The rise and fall of renewable energy use in New Zealand - 1987 - 2025 Chart 24 - Overview of Telecom New Zealand long term share price trending - 2003 - 2013 Chart 25 - Overview of Telecom New Zealand share price trending - FY2012 - FY2013 Chart 26 - Overview of fixed lines in operation by division - 2008 - 2012 Chart 27 - Overview of fixed lines in service by percentage of market share - 2012 Chart 28 - Overview of Telecom pre/postpaid voice, data mobile monthly ARPU - 2009 - 2013 Chart 29 - Overview of Telecom Group key financial operating highlights - 2007 - 2012 Chart 30 - Overview of Telecom Group key financial operating highlights by annual change - 2008 - 2012 Chart 31 - Overview of Telecom Group revenue by top six service divisions - 2008 - 2012 Chart 32 - Overview of Telecom New Zealand capital expenditure - 2005 - 2012 Chart 33 - Telecom New Zealand share price trending - 2011 - 2012 Chart 34 - Telecom New Zealand long term share price trending - 2003 - 2012 Chart 35 - Overview of AAPT operations operating revenue by top 6 services - 2008 - 2012 Chart 36 - Overview of AAPT operations operating percentage of revenue by service - 2012 Chart 37 - Overview of AAPT operations expenses - 2007 - 2012 Chart 38 - Overview of Vodafone NZ revenue and annual change - 2004 - 2012 Chart 39 - Overview of Vodafone NZ subscribers and annual change - 2004 - 2013 Chart 40 - Overview of Vodafone NZ prepaid versus postpaid subscribers - 2006 - 2013 Chart 41 - Overview of M2 NZ Limited revenue versus expenses - 2007 - 2011 Chart 42 - Overview of TVNZ key performance indicators - 2011 - 2012 Chart 43 - Overview of Digital TV conversion rate by television households - 2010 - 2012 Chart 44 - Overview of Sky key performance indicators - 2007 - 2013 Chart 45 - Overview of Sky long-term share price trending - 2005 - 2013 Chart 46 - Overview of Sky share price trending - 2011 - 2013 Exhibit 1 - Livestock, farmers and the IoT Exhibit 2 - Smartphones and realtime traffic updates Exhibit 3 - UBA services background information Exhibit 4 - Regulatory timeline - scheduled UBA and other services launch by service variant Exhibit 5 - Overview of licensed versus unlicensed spectrum Exhibit 6 - Overview of managed spectrum parks Exhibit 7 - Anticipated DSO timetable Exhibit 8 - Liable people (operators) for the TDL levy - 2012 Exhibit 9 - Possible liable people (operators) for the TDL levy - 2012 Exhibit 10 - 2degrees Mobile at a glance - 2012 Exhibit 11 - 2degrees background startup information Exhibit 12 - Frequencies of mobile network operators in Australia and New Zealand - 2013 Exhibit 13 - Orcon company acquisitions - 2000 - 2010 Exhibit 14 - The 33 UFB candidature regions by UFB LFC deployment company Exhibit 15 - Brief overview of UFB deployment by area - 2010 - 2012 Exhibit 16 - Brief overview of RBI deployment - 2011 - 2012 Exhibit 17 - The Retail Service providers by LFC Chorus Limited - 2013 Exhibit 18 - The Retail Service providers of LFC Enable Networks - 2013 Exhibit 19 - The Retail Service providers of LFC Northpower Fibre - 2013 Exhibit 20 - The Retail Service providers of LFC Ultrafast Fibre - 2013 Exhibit 21 - Background information on IPSTAR deployment in New Zealand Exhibit 22 - Compass Communications at a glance - 2012 Exhibit 23 - Compass Communications - brief company history Exhibit 24 - Kordia at a glance - 2012 Exhibit 25 - Woosh at a glance - 2012 Exhibit 26 - Brief history timeline of e-government strategies in New Zealand Exhibit 27 - Previous government initiatives (historic) - Digital Strategy 2.0 Exhibit 28 - Historical overview of IPTV developments Exhibit 29 - Telecom Corporation New Zealand at a glance including key highlights - 2012 Exhibit 30 - Telecom's five-year strategic plan historic overview Exhibit 31 - Overview of the operational separation strategy in 2011 Exhibit 32 - Overview of Telecom New Zealand initial demerger details Exhibit 33 - The Internet Protocol/Multiprotocol Label switched network Exhibit 34 - Overview of the AAPT network Exhibit 35 - AAPT - PowerTel - historical background information Exhibit 36 - Background information on the Unbundled Bitstream Access (UBA) service Exhibit 37 - Overview of associate companies - 2012 Exhibit 38 - Overview of subsidiary companies - 2012 Exhibit 39 - Vodafone New Zealand Ltd at a glance - 2012 Exhibit 40 - Pacific Fibre, the second submarine cable fails to get laid Exhibit 41 - Background on Vodafone UFB / RBI Exhibit 42 - CallPlus at a glance - 2012 Exhibit 43 - M2 Telecommunications Group Limited (M2) at a glance - 2012 Exhibit 44 - Major submarine cable networks landing in Zealand Exhibit 45 - Television New Zealand (TVNZ) at a glance - 2013 Exhibit 46 - Television and Radio available as Freeview services - 2013 Exhibit 47 - Digital TV conversion from analogue - shutdown by region - 2012 - 2013 Exhibit 48 - SKY Network Television Ltd at a glance - 2012 Exhibit 49 - SKY Network Television - brief company history - 1990 - 2012 For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/99wjzs/new_zealand CONTACT: Research and Markets, Laura Wood, Senior Manager.

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