PR-Inside.com: 2018-04-27 06:18:07
A recent opinion piece in Stuff speculated about the reasons why Kiwis have not been rushing to sign up to ultrafast broadband. Despite the many benefits of fibre broadband, only 40 percent of Kiwis who have access to fibre have signed up.
One of the reasons the author proposed is the “principle of good enough” – basically, that people are happy with the technology they currently have despite better options being available.
Other hindrances might include the price, the occasional horror story about installation, and concern over losing your landline.
However, many of these potential obstacles are based on false information. For example, fibre installation is free and is generally completed quickly and without hassle. As well, landlines can be kept even with fibre installation.
As far as price is concerned, significant savings can be made by shopping around for the cheapest fibre package based on your needs. Using a tool like glimp’s fibre broadband checker, consumers can compare broadband prices in their area.
“Fibre broadband is many times faster than ADSL, with download speeds of up to 1000 megabits per second,” says Michael Speight of glimp. “It uses fibre optics cables and light to deliver data much faster than standard copper lines, and performance isn’t affected by distance. That means your internet speed is consistent no matter how far away your home is from the broadband cabinet.”
When it comes down to it, there’s no good reason for Kiwis not to make the switch to fibre, except perhaps for fear of change.
If you’re interested in learning more about fibre broadband, and perhaps even making the switch, the first step is to inform yourself of your available options, so head to glimp to compare fibre broadband plans today.
Glimp is a comparison website for utilities, such as broadband, power and gas. We’re on a mission to help Kiwis save time and money by providing a free, easy-to-use service. Hop on board to compare broadband, power, car insurance, mortgage, personal loan, car loan and credit card providers.
We’re relatively new – we launched in January 2016 – but we’ve already got the press buzzing. Media agencies such as Stuff, NZ Herald, Solarcity, Truenet and nbr have mentioned our innovative site, and our customer testimonials keep on growing. We do our research and update glimp regularly, so you’ve always got accurate data in front of you.
How do we work? The companies listed on our website pay us a conversion fee whenever you sign up to them from glimp. This means we can give Kiwis free access to valuable information, and advertise local businesses at the same time. It’s a win-win!
glimp is located in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and everywhere else in New Zealand. If you’d like to save some bucks, we can help you compare internet providers, compare credit cards and compare car insurance quotes.