These figures include both residential and business connections. They include digital subscriber line, cellular (does not include mobile handset connections), wireless, cable, satellite, and fibre optic connections.
Data cap (or data allowance) is the volume of data that can be transferred before restrictions apply.
Broadband totals may not be equal due to some businesses not being able to provide some information.
Data as at 30 June.
The Internet Service Provider (ISP) Survey is a survey sent to all New Zealand-based Internet service providers. The target population for the ISP Survey in 2018 was 92 businesses.
Businesses that provided other Internet services, such as web and domain hosting, but that did not provide ISP services, were excluded from the population. This is because the primary activity of an ISP is providing a connection to the Internet. Web-hosting units do not meet this condition, but rather, provide Internet-based services. Businesses that provide only occasional or unmetered access (including Internet cafes, kiosks, libraries, and universities) are also excluded. The activity of this group is covered by the ISP each business subscribes to, and so do not need to be surveyed separately.
From the dataset Internet Service Provider Survey: Main tables 2018, this data was extracted:
Sheet: Table 5
Provided: 80 data points
Dataset originally released on:
October 08, 2018
Purpose of collection
The main objective of the ISP Survey is to provide the government with information on the total number and nature of the subscribers that use New Zealand based ISPs to connect either permanently or regularly to the internet.
Method of collection/Data provider
The Internet service provider survey used to be a postal survey of all businesses that meet the population selection criteria. In 2018 Stats NZ tried a new online mode for the survey.