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Call for Entries: The Broadband Compare Awards 2017

Call for Entries: The Broadband Compare Awards 2017

10/07/2017 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Recognising excellence, leadership and innovation in the New Zealand Broadband sector

The Broadband Compare Awards 2017 are now open for entry. In their inaugural year, the Broadband Compare Awards will cover every aspect of the New Zealand broadband market and will culminate in a gala awards night and presentation at the Sapphire Room in Auckland, on 2 November 2017.

Supported by Consumer NZ, the prestigious awards will recognise the companies that provide New Zealanders with the very best products and services in the broadband industry. With a range of different categories including best home and mobile provider, best customer support, fastest service, best rural provider and best broadband innovation.

Winning a Broadband Compare Award depends on a combination of criteria. These include consumer surveys and reviews on the Broadband Compare website, decisions from our expert judging panel, as well as broadband speed and reliability data that is collated from thousands of speed tests throughout the year.

"Judged by an independent panel of New Zealand experts and presented at our gala awards event, the Broadband Compare Awards provide a unique stage on which we recognize and reward the achievements of the New Zealand broadband eco-system," said Gavin Male, Founder of Broadband Compare.

The awards are now open for on-line entry at http://www.broadbandawards.co.nz/enter.php, the closing deadline is 5 September 2017.

The twelve Broadband Compare Award Categories for 2017 are:

• Best Business Broadband Provider

• Best Customer Support

• Best Bundled Plan

• Best Regional / Small ISP

• Best Broadband Innovation

• Best Rural Broadband Provider

• Best Gaming Broadband Provider

• Best ADSL Broadband Provider

• Best VDSL Broadband Provider

• Best Fibre Broadband Provider

• Broadband Compare People's Choice Award

• Consumer NZ Broadband Provider of the Year

The finalists for the Broadband Compare People’s Choice Award and the Consumer NZ Broadband Provider of the Year award will be selected by the judges through a shortlisting of entrants in other categories.

The culmination of the Broadband Compare Awards will be a spectacular gala awards night in Auckland on Thursday 2nd November 2017. Tickets to this, the New Zealand broadband industry’s ’Oscar night’ are strictly limited - to join more than 150 industry leaders and senior executives at the event, you must book your tickets early. Winners of all Award categories will be announced live on the night and early bird tickets are available now at http://www.broadbandawards.co.nz/ticket.php

About the Broadband Compare Awards:

The Broadband Compare Awards are hosted by Broadband Compare, the leading broadband comparison website in New Zealand. Supported by Consumer NZ, the Broadband Compare Awards will recognise the companies that provide New Zealanders with the very best products and services in the broadband industry. The awards are judged by a combination of consumer surveys and reviews on the Broadband Compare website, consultation with our expert judging panel, as well as broadband speed and reliability data that has been collected throughout the year. The independent judging panel will announce the winners on November 2 at the gala awards ceremony in front of a Who's Who of the New Zealand broadband sector.

Get more information: http://www.broadbandawards.co.nz/


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