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There is a case for the government making significant changes to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), telcos have argued.
Vodafone Australia CEO Iñaki Berroeta has reiterated the telco's call for a thoroughgoing overhaul of Australia's Universal Service Obligation scheme.
Vodafone has reported a drop in mobile services on its network. However, the number of direct Vodafone customers grew in half ending 30 June.
Vodafone and Optus have called for a thoroughgoing overhaul of the Universal Service Obligation scheme, which is designed to make sure that all Australians have access to a 'standard telephone service' (STS).
Vodafone and Optus have called for the National Broadband Network to be used to boost mobile coverage in regional areas.
Vodafone's new Ericsson-designed network is now being used for all 4G data by the telco's customers.
Telstra has emerged as the big winner from the government's $100 million mobile blackspot program. The telco will build the lion's share of new and upgraded mobile base stations under the program, while rival Optus will build none.
Vodafone Hutchison Australia has extended its managed services contract with Nokia Networks for another four years.
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Chief executives from Australia's largest telcos have called for the government to spell out its contribution to the costs of establishing a data retention regime.
Telecom operators Vodafone and Deutsche Telekom are betting that in a post-Snowden world, "made in Germany" is more attractive than "made in U.S.A."
TPG's move to acquire ISP iiNet is a net positive for competition in Australia's telco market, according to Vodafone.
Vodafone this morning announced it had finished rolling out 850MHz-1800MHz carrier aggregation.
Vodafone has indicated it is looking at the feasibility of giving customers the ability to access the kind of metadata that telcos will be forced to keep under the government's data retention regime.
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