NZ Fibre Max plans improve average speed by 35% to 840 Mbps

Tuesday 13 April 2021 | 11:29 CET | News
The performance of Fibre Max plans across New Zealand has improved substantially, according to a eport from the Commerce Commission's Measuring Broadband New Zealand programme. The report follows a collaboration between the Commerce Commission, its independent testing partner SamKnows, and the industry, to identify and fix performance issues with premium fibre plans. The report shows the average download speed of Fibre Max plans has increased by more than 200 Mbps, or 35 percent, since the previous report, to around 840 Mbps.

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