Benchmarks

All the facts you need to know about the growth of fibre broadband in New Zealand

Strong growth in internet traffic

Strong growth in internet traffic

UFB take-up and streaming services are producing an exponential growth in internet traffic

One-third of customers now have fibre or VDSL

One-third of customers now have fibre or VDSL

One-third of customers now have fibre or VDSL

Data use surges

Data use surges

Data use surges

High speed plans dominate

High speed plans dominate

High speed plans dominate

Online video drives traffic increases at peak times

Online video drives traffic increases at peak times

Online video drives traffic increases at peak times

Rotorua, Waiuku, Timaru join uptake elite

Rotorua, Waiuku, Timaru join uptake elite

Rotorua, Waiuku, Timaru join uptake elite

Strong growth in internet traffic - Dec 2016

Strong growth in internet traffic - Dec 2016

UFB take-up and streaming services are producing an exponential growth in internet traffic.

Average Broadband Speeds hit 33Mbps

Average Broadband Speeds hit 33Mbps

The average connection speed across our network is 33Mbps, up from 30Mbps in June, as fibre and VDSL uptake grows.

Fibre connections use more data

Fibre connections use more data

Fibre connections use more data

Unlimited plans are now the norm

Unlimited plans are now the norm

Share of residential connections by data cap

Blenheim and Nelson lead the pack

Blenheim and Nelson lead the pack

Blenheim and Nelson lead the pack

What Kind of fast broadband is going to work for me?

What Kind of fast broadband is going to work for me?

Comparison of the different broadband options available

Top 20 speedsters: Who's getting the fastest broadband in nz

Top 20 speedsters: Who's getting the fastest broadband in nz

Broadband speeds have rocketed ahead in the last 18 months, with every region in the country experiencing double-digit growth in average connectio...

Chorus mass market fibre base by speed

Chorus mass market fibre base by speed

100Mbps fibre plans have become the most common connection type

Demand for fibre grows

The demand for fibre is growing, with 1 in 5 New Zealand homes and businesses connected to fibre

Top Towns

Chorus is the largest company building the broadband spine nationwide. This infographic shows how different towns are doing and which are the front...

Kiwis Choose Full Speed Ahead

Kiwis Choose Full Speed Ahead

Chorus customers are choosing faster UFB plans

The faster the connection the more data we need

The faster the connection the more data we need

UFB subscribers use 2-4 times more data than people on copper

Strong Growth in Internet Traffic - May 2016

Strong Growth in Internet Traffic - May 2016

UFB take-up and streaming services are producing an exponential growth in internet traffic

Average Broadband Speeds are now 25Mbps

Average Broadband Speeds are now 25Mbps

Kiwis are gradually moving from basic copper broadband to UFB. But there's a way to go

Our insatiable desire for data

Our insatiable desire for data

New Zealanders are using more than double the amount of data they used at the beginning of 2015. In some regions, the average growth for households...