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News about Telecommunications
  • Turnbull pays tribute to Thodey

    Communications minister Malcolm Turnbull has lauded Telstra CEO David Thodey as a "thought leader and skilled executive".

  • In Pictures: Inside Telstra's new hi-tech Customer Insights Centre

    Telstra has opened its Customer Insights Centre (CIC) in Sydney, giving enterprise and business customers access to a world class technology precinct, purpose-built to foster innovation and partnerships. Spanning 3600sqm over the entire second level of Telstra’s 400 George Street office in Sydney’s CBD, it houses a 300-person auditorium, workshop and collaboration spaces, partner pop-up installations, a restaurant, and many hands-on technology demonstration areas featuring state of the art business solutions.

  • Optus data revenues up on 4G growth

    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.

  • Data retention: Two years too long to keep IP addresses, says Vodafone

    Telecommunications providers shouldn't be forced to retain the IP addresses assigned to their customers for 24 months, Vodafone has argued.

  • Telstra no better off under HFC transition plan, government says

    The government has rejected claims that Telstra could unfairly benefit from NBN Co construction work on the telco's HFC network.

Features about Telecommunications
  • Federal government begins promoting telco consumer advocacy body

    The federal government has begun spruiking its Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN), a communications advocacy body due to begin operations on 1 July.

  • Cell-phone service surprises & portion sizes

    For the past 10 years I've expected three constants when visiting the U.S.: friendly people, large portions of food and bad cell-phone coverage.

  • Telecom planning in a time of turmoil

    It's gotten pretty hard to miss the financial news lately: September was the worst month for stocks in years, and October looks to surpass it. Despite the US government's massive US$800-billion bailout, the US economy is still roiling, and Europe's is doing even worse.

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