NZSE exchange. Sector: Communication Services. Industry: Telecom Services. Location New Zealand, Auckland.

Spark New Zealand Limited [SPK.NZNew Zealand

5.06USD0.06 (+1.19%)

• At close Mon Oct 10 2022

5,873,578,084 USD
MARKET CAP
23.620
PE
0.197
BETA (5y)
0.221
EPS

profit

41%

for 5 years

profit

36%

for 3 years

profit

12%

for 2 years

profit

10%

for 1 year

profit

12%

for this year

About Spark New Zealand Limited

Spark New Zealand Limited, together with its subsidiaries, provides telecommunications and digital services in New Zealand. It offers telecommunications, information technology, media, and other digital products and services, including mobile services; voice services; broadband services; internet sports streaming services; cloud, security, and service. The company also provides IT infrastructure, business cloud, business and outsourced telecommunications, software, big data analytics, data center, and international wholesale telecommunications services. In addition, it offers local, national, and international telephone and data services; finance products; group insurance products; and mobile phone repair services. Further, the company retails telecommunications products and services; and distributes equipment. It serves consumers, households, small businesses, government, and large enterprises. The company was formerly known as Telecom Corporation of New Zealand Limited and changed its name to Spark New Zealand Limited in August 2014. Spark New Zealand Limited was incorporated in 1987 and is headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand.

Spark is a word that means life, potential, energy and creativity. And at Spark New Zealand that’s what we’re here to do – to help all of New Zealand win big in a digital world. Welcome to Spark New Zealand.

Spark New Zealand Limited
https://www.sparknz.co.nz
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