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Calling New Zealand from Australia - How to
- When calling New Zealand from Australia you don't have to include 0011
- 64 - country code for New Zealand
- area code - 1 digit
- phone number - 7 digits
- Australia to New Zealand international dialing format: 64 + ? + ??? ????
New Zealand telecommunications
In 1987 the New Zealand Post Office divested itself of the newly created Telecom, which was created as a state-owned enterprise (SOE) on March 31. The Government-owned Telecom Corporation was to have a commercial focus. It purchased telecommunications assets from the Post Office for NZ$3.2 billion and work began on improving the services and network. Telecom launched its 025 mobile network and TDMA mobile data network. Beginning in 1987, the New Zealand telecommunications market was progressively deregulated.
Telecom New Zealand (NZX: TEL, ASX: TEL, NYSE: NZT) is a Wellington, New Zealand-based telephone company and, through its subdivision Xtra, an internet service provider. It has been run as a publicly-traded private company since 1990. It is also New Zealand's second largest mobile operator. Telecom is one of the largest companies by value on the New Zealand Exchange (NZX). Further, it is the 39th largest telecommunications company in the OECD.
Telecom was formed in 1987 from a division of the New Zealand Post Office and privatised in 1990. The selling price was considered by some to be extremely low, given that Telecom had a monopoly of all phone lines in New Zealand at the time. There has been debate as to whether privatisation was in the best interests of the country's telecommunications infrastructure, although others consider that the capital requirements to modernise the network were better provided by private enterprise than the government.
On 31 March 2008, Telecom was operationally separated into three divisions under local loop unbundling initiatives by central government Telecom Retail; Telecom Wholesale; and Chorus, the network infrastructure division.