Your broadband options

Home broadband

Stay connected with the world on the best broadband available. Discover the different broadband options for residential use from ADSL, VDSL to Fibre and learn which is best for you.

Business broadband

Let your business benefit from a reliable connection for voice, video conferencing, unified communications and much more. A business broadband plan gives you access to business grade customer service and continuity.

What we do

We take pride in building and managing one of the world's best open access internet networks, ensuring Kiwis can connect to a better broadband experience.

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580,000
homes connected to fibre
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1,150,000
homes are fibre ready
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80%
fibre roll-out completed

Broadband technologies explained

Wireless

ADSL

VDSL

Fibre

Fibre Pro

Wireless

Wireless broadband uses the 4G mobile network to connect to a modem at your house. Because a strong 4G signal is required to get online, wireless isn’t available everywhere. Chorus does not offer wireless broadband.

ADSL

Copper is our legacy telecommunications network, using existing copper lines to provide phone and broadband services to the country. Chorus provides basic ADSL broadband and part-fibre, part-copper VDSL broadband over the copper network via a dedicated fixed line to your home.

VDSL

Copper is our legacy telecommunications network, using existing copper lines to provide phone and broadband services to the country. Chorus provides basic ADSL broadband and part-fibre, part-copper VDSL broadband over the copper network via a dedicated fixed line to your home.

Fibre

At Chorus, we deliver some of the best broadband technology in the world over our fibre network. Fibre uses fibre optic cable to transport huge amounts of data, via pulses of light, at ultra-fast speeds. Fibre performance doesn’t degrade over distance meaning your broadband speed is consistent.

Fibre Pro

At Chorus, we deliver some of the best broadband technology in the world over our fibre network. Fibre uses fibre optic cable to transport huge amounts of data, via pulses of light, at ultra-fast speeds. Fibre performance doesn’t degrade over distance meaning your broadband speed is consistent.

From our blog

Running latency

If you’re a regular Chorus blog reader you’ll know that the type of broadband you choose and you...

The future of the copper network

In an era of mobile phones and pervasive social media, the humble landline doesn’t hold the allure...

Modern ways to keep in touch with friends and family

For much of the 20th century the landline phone, was the primary means by which we would communicate...

Learn more about getting fibre

If you’re interested in getting fibre installed you probably want to know what’s involved to get your property connected. For most properties the process is very simple!

Learn more