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  • Vodafone halves loss in first half

    Vodafone Hutchison Australia has revealed a loss of $81.5 million for the six months to June 2017, down more than 50 per cent compared to the first six months of 2016.

  • Vodafone offers 4G backup for NBN customers

    Vodafone will offer customers of its fixed-line National Broadband Network services access to 4G mobile broadband while they wait for service activation and during faults.

  • Vodafone calls for NBN’s CVC charge to be halved

    Vodafone has called for significant changes to NBN’s wholesale pricing model, with the telco’s chief strategy officer, Dan Lloyd, arguing that the key variable cost associated with National Broadband Network connections — the Connectivity Virtual Circuit (CVC) charge — should be halved.

  • Spark plans NZ-wide wireless networks for IoT

    Within hours of Vodafone NZ on 3 July announcing plans to add NB-IoT capability to its mobile network to meet the requirements of communication with IoT devices, Spark announced plans to rollout a New Zealand-wide low powered wide area network for IoT. Spark 's network will be based on the LoRaWAN technology.

  • Telcos clash over court costs in ACCC roaming fight

    Vodafone’s bid to upend an Australian Competition and Consumer (ACCC) inquiry into mobile roaming has yet to be heard by the Federal Court, but already the telco has clashed with rival Telstra over potential associated legal costs.

  • Telstra promises boost to 4G coverage

    If the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) confirms its draft decision to not declare a wholesale mobile roaming service, Telstra “will immediately move to expand our 4G coverage to reach 99 per cent of the population by later this year,” the telco’s CEO, Andrew Penn, said today.

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