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Telstra managed yesterday to hit speeds of up to 590 megabits per second using LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation on its network, the telco's group managing director for networks, Mike Wright, said today.
Complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman have dropped to an eight-year low, according to new statistics released this morning.
Vodafone this morning announced it had finished rolling out 850MHz-1800MHz carrier aggregation.
NSW Police today announced the force was deploying 500 smartphones as part of a pilot program.
Optus' 4G customer base hit 3.18 million in the quarter ending 31 December, the telco revealed this morning. Optus added 435,000 4G customers in the quarter.
Smartphones are amazing but their battery life is frequently absurd. It's not uncommon for people to charge their smartphones once, twice or even more in the course of a single day.
BlackBerry does an about-face, back towards its enterprise roots.
Telstra will shut down its GSM network by the end of 2016, the telco's group managing director of networks has revealed.
The future of voice communications may be in 'over the top' applications, but there's life yet in the humble phone number according to the CEO of VoIP provider MyNetFone. Phone numbers "are this invisible glue that everyone takes for granted," Rene Sugo says.
Metadata is in the news again with revelations that police in Australia. have been getting access to data collected from mobile base stations (cell towers).
Vodafone customers will be able to use mobile data services between midnight on Friday and 3am on Monday morning without worrying about excess usage charges.
Virgin Mobile is experiencing a widespread outage that tells post-paid customers they have insufficient credit to make calls
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has issued a formal warning to MVNO Lycamobile for over-billing customers for more than two and a half years.
Mobile coverage for tunnels on Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs railway line was switched on this week, NSW transport minister Gladys Berejiklian has announced.
A fault that temporarily prevented Aldi Mobile some customers from using cellular data services has been resolved according to a spokesperson for the MVNO.
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