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Stuff Fibre scoops the major prizes at Broadband Compare TUANZ awards

Stuff Fibre scoops the major prizes at Broadband Compare TUANZ awards

Vocus named best wholesale provider and Wireless Nation best wireless service

The Stuff Fibre team collects one their awards.

The Stuff Fibre team collects one their awards.

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Stuff Fibre celebrated last night after winning both the people's choice award and TUANZ provider of the year award at a function in Auckland.

Wholesaler of the year went to Vocus while 2degrees collected the award for best provider with over 10,000 customers.

Broadband Compare is a free broadband comparison website operated by NZ Compare and TUANZ, the telecommunications user group.

Gavin Male, head judge and CEO NZ Compare said, more than 25 different internet service providers made high quality entries.

"This year’s winners highlight the growing range of options available to the consumer in the NZ broadband market," Male said.

"So much has changed and there are more options than ever which is where Broadband Compare helps Kiwis make a fully informed choice on their broadband plan."

The range of entries displayed innovation in the way service providers were understanding their customers’ needs and delivering services and packages, Male said.

"We were delighted to see a consistent commitments to innovation, quality control and customers across New Zealand."

The 2019 Broadband Compare TUANZ Awards winners were:

NZ Compare People’s Choice Awards 2019 (Sponsored by Opinion Compare)
Stuff Fibre

TUANZ NZ Provider of the Year (Sponsored by TUANZ)
Stuff Fibre

NZ Wholesaler of the Year (Sponsored by BannerBuzz)
Vocus

Best Bundled Plan (Sponsored by Power Compare) 
Trustpower Ltd

Best Service Provider under 10,000 customers (Sponsored by Give Plants) 
MegaTEL

Best Service Provider Over 10,000 customers (Sponsored by realestate.co.nz) 
2degrees

Best Customer Support (Sponsored by Nodd) 
NOW Broadband

Best Fibre Broadband Provider (Sponsored by FLINT) 
Stuff Fibre

Best Specialist Broadband Provider (Sponsored by Umbrella Company)
Wireless Nation

Best Broadband Innovation (Sponsored by SLICE Digital) 
Stuff Fibre

Best Rural Service Provider (Sponsored by Aurecon) 
Farmside Ltd

Best Wireless Broadband Provider (Sponsored by InternetNZ) 
Farmside Ltd


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