Spark is a telecommunications and digital services company that offers mobile phone and broadband plans to millions of customers across New Zealand. If you’d like to buy Spark shares (SPK) on New Zealand’s Exchange (NZX), keep reading for step-by-step instructions.
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Spark New Zealand started life as Telecom in 1987, after the New Zealand Post Office was split into three state-owned companies. Telecom was privatised in 1990 and would split into two separate entities in 2011 — Telecom and Chorus — with Telecom later rebranding as Spark in 2014.
Today, Spark is one of the largest publicly listed companies in New Zealand. It provides services and products such as mobile phones and plans, broadband internet and cloud computing to homes and businesses across the country. Its headquarters are in Auckland.
Spark New Zealand Limited’s half-yearly report for the FY21 was released in February 2021. Some of the key results announced in this document included:
|Name||Spark New Zealand Limited||Industry||Telecommunications & Digital Services|
|Type||Ordinary shares||Date listed on NZX||18 Jul 1991|
|End of financial year||June||Chief executive officer||Jolie Hodson|
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