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We’re having a #GoodChat with New Zealanders to understand how they’re communicating with the important people in their lives – and find out how technology is helping and sometimes hindering. After chatting with more than 2,200 people, we’ve discovered some eye-opening facts, so we’ve enlisted the help of relationship expert Dr Anna Martin to help us explore the findings and how we can learn to communicate better.
Have a listen to our podcast below – or click here to learn more.
In this #GoodChat podcast episode, family and relationship therapist Dr Anna Martin has a #GoodChat with some Kiwis about how they communicate with the people closest to them. We meet Walter and Adele who are approaching their 60th wedding anniversary, Marliese who navigates time zones to stay connected with family in Sri Lanka, and Adrian who has to keep up with his far-flung family. We also meet Ciana, who is navigating a long-distance relationship. Although their experiences are their own, they are also pretty #relatable. Hear their stories as well as Dr Martin’s advice on how to communicate confidently and constructively with those closest to you.
Dr Anna's Blog
Is it time for letter-writing to make a comeback?
Walter and Adele met each other in a time when letter-writing was commonplace. Today they use this tradition to keep their far-flung family together. What can we all learn from them about taking the time to slow down and communicate meaningfully with our loved ones?
Is long-distance love what it used to be?
While the decreasing cost of travel has brought the world to our doorstep, developments in communications technology have meant no matter how far you go, you’ll never be apart. What does this mean for our relationships, and how can we use this to strengthen our connections?
Are connected Kiwis missing out on true connection?
Despite being more connected than ever before, there is a trend toward Kiwis increasingly reporting feelings of isolation. How do we foster meaningful connections in a world mediated through screens? When to we need to remove those screens and be together?