Telecommunications

SkyFii makes solid ASX debut

by AAP
Wireless provider SkyFii trades above share offer price as it announces JV deal in Indonesia.

Bailador slips on trading debut

Technology investment company Bailador slipped on the first day of trading, in line with a soft broad market.

Samsung to slash phone models in 2015

by AFP
Group aims to cut prices in the face of intense Chinese competition.

Nokia plans 2015 comeback with Android tablet

by AFP
Tablet aimed at Chinese market, retails for $US249, other markets eyed.

The benefits of breaking up NBN Co

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Disaggregating NBN Co might be one way to encourage infrastructure-based competition, but it could prove a tricky process.

NBN Co takes a stand for common sense

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Despite the absurdities surrounding NBN policymaking, NBN Co has formulated a clear and rational plan for delivering the Coalition's NBN in a timely and cost-effective fashion.

Vodafone posts 70% slump in Q3 profits

by AFP
UK telco hit by lower one-off tax gains, acquisition costs.

Telstra targets $5bn in savings

Australia's top telco continues monumental journey to control costs and simplify its business.

What's our online 'star chamber' actually for?

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The planned data retention laws won’t catch the real criminals and should be viewed suspiciously.

Telstra seen committed to Asia growth

Telstra’s decision to trim its stake in China’s Autohome does not signal a step back from the region, analysts say.

Telstra to sell down Autohome stake

Telco will retain controlling stake, says business remains a key part of its Asian strategy.

Sony's H1 loss balloons six-fold

by AFP
Embattled firm continues to struggle in smartphone market.

Alcatel-Lucent sharply narrows Q3 loss

by AFP
Telecommunications equipment group's recovery program exceeds expectations.

Alibaba leads a wave of global Chinese companies

Having engineered the biggest stock offer in US history, what does Alibaba plan to do with its significant resources?

Ericsson's Q3 revenue beats expectations

North American uncertainty weighs on quarterly earnings.

Telstra allots $1bn for Asia growth

Telco to set aside cash to spend on overseas ­acquisitions and infrastructure investments.

Nokia swings to Q3 profit

by AP
Group boosted by sale of ailing mobile phone unit.

Thodey hails Telstra's Q1 momentum

Telstra CEO reaffirms telco's guidance for flat earnings, income in fiscal 2015.

Fixed-line customers won't pay more: Telstra

by AAP
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Thodey says customers won't be worse off under higher wholesale charges.

Telstra pushes into healthcare

Telco make aggressive push into $120bn a year sector with new global and local partnerships.

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