Average from 111 reviews
Digital technology can make a significant, positive impact on our nation's social and economic wellbeing – enabling stronger, safer, more connected communities (even in the most remote rural areas), opening more opportunities for our children (regardless of their socio-economic backgrounds), and improving health outcomes for New Zealanders of all ages and walks of life.
It can enable Kiwi companies to compete - and win - on the world stage and become smarter, more agile businesses by harnessing all the benefits of new technologies such as Cloud services and the Internet of Things.
Spark's success is dependent on our customers in one key market: New Zealand. That's why we're passionate about using technology to be truly useful to our customers, helping make our country better and enriching the lives of all New Zealanders. We want to be the most valued brand in the home, and the most trusted partner for business.
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Average from 111 reviews
Laurence Pask17th January 2018
I have been with Spark for several years now - Home line, Broadband and cellular. I don't consider them the cheapest but overall they give a great service and I am happy with them.
They seem to be the follower rather than the leader in pricing - awaiting to see if they are losing customers then move in offering existing customers with better deals. e.g rollover data and talk minutes on Cellular and increased speed on adsl.
If you are thinking of moving contact them and ...read more
For Support - use online chat. You can type in the problem and all the details - that way support team don't have to throw a lot of questions or guess what you are trying to say.
I have heard negative comments about th ...read more
Broadband slows down sometimes to a complete stop from 3 minutes to the hour too about 7 minutes past the hour. Why is this? Is everyone logging on at the same time?
Also - are they throttling down the speed on cert ...read more
Wenz10th January 2018
Only found out I was in huge arrears with Spark when I called in a fault. My weekly AP had been in place since commemcing act however no one bothred to phone me to let me know
Need to make person to person contact about billing. Do not leave customers unknowingly in arrears and reap more money via penalty fees!!!
Edward10th January 2018
do not require unlimited data, and price is high for a single user
very good provider
do not have broadband plans for low data user
Wiki Gilvray15th December 2017
will not consider bundling the two properties we own (using the same ISP) to negotiate cheaper rates
Warrick Procter2nd December 2017
Some of the other providers that Spark owns, are much better than Spark, e.g. NOW.
(1) Have network connection card issues at many exchanges and are very reluctant to reset those cards when requested. Resetting usually fixes the go-slow problem.
(2) Have dreadful customer service and Call Centre respo ...read more
Alan and Kathryn Rowlands20th November 2017
Inflexible plans. Rather than offering less features at economic rates, Spark offers more and more 'features' at a higher monthly cost. Ultimately they loose out to providers offering more value with better selection options for the services they provide.
Sanchit20th November 2017
Service is pathethic
There are not clear realistic timeframes.
They talk about fibre but it takes ages for them to action the request and follow up with Chorus. But again, ths wont guarantee connection.
All the support team does is sympathies rather than solving the problem or expediting it to ease things for u.
Geoff17th November 2017
Prices kept going up. Apparently there was a special offer which was available to me but they didn't advise me of that until I indicated that I wanted to terminate the contract.
Good reliability and reasonable speed most of the time
Cost. Also difficult to get hold of for advice - The chat link kept on dropping out while I was looking for help on my existing connection - very frustrating and the phone line had a long wait on it - I used a differen ...read more
salend kumar15th November 2017
my current provider is spark- ( I have been with spark for the last 8 years. The problem i was facing was the billing issues and happened quite few times as i had to call them to change my billing amounts as per agreement. The other issue iam facing now is the broadband modem which iam having problem with and nothing been done to replace till now.
Gabrielle11th November 2017
We've never really had any trouble with it, but it seems to be really expensive compared to others. So we're are looking at changing