New Zealand broadband market squeezes small ISPs

New Zealand ISPs are facing a shakeout that will eliminate smaller players in the market. Shrinking margins and an increasing entry cost are squeezing out companies that don't have the scale to compete in the mass market. Their alternatives? Recast themselves as business or regional providers. Check out the story in the National Business Review.

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