If your current Internet company supports iPass (www.ipass.com) then you can access the Internet in New Zealand and the costs will be charged back to your Internet Service Provider. The iPass global virtual network has dial-up and broadband locations in over 150 countries providing connections for PCs, Macs and PDAs.

Internet in New Zealand Retail services. As of 2018, there are 829,000 DSL connections (down from 1.3 million in 2015), 44% of the broadband Government broadband upgrade plan. The government has two plans to bring fast broadband to 97.8% of the population by Data caps. Monthly data caps used Wireless Access Wi-fi You’ll be able to find wi-fi access around the country, from hotel rooms and pub beer gardens to hostel dorms. Usually you have to be a guest or customer to log in; you’ll be issued with an access code. Sometimes it’s free, sometimes there’s a charge, and often there's a limit on time or data. Schools are overwhelmingly connected to fibre: 99.7% of New Zealand school students access the internet via fibre thanks to the Network 4 Learning, and data usage is at record levels. There is Discover what Internet access is available to you at any location around New Zealand on the Broadband Map NZ This is a compilation of information about Internet access in New Zealand. It contains an overview of the Internet in New Zealand, where to get more information about the Internet and a list of organisations offering Internet access to the public. This FAQ will be reposted monthly, changes will be marked in "Section 0.2". the internet speed of each technology To find out more about the Broadband Map NZ, and see the connection options in your area, visit the map for yourself. https://broadbandmap.nz/home

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