ACCC to continue regulating Telstra's fixed line services

Watchdog says regulation of wholesale services has promoted competition in the sector.

TPG fined $400,000 for denying emergency call access

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Federal Court finds telco barred outgoing 000 and 112 calls for almost 6,000 account holders with unpaid bills.

NBN Co posts operating loss of $1.18bn

NBN Co senior management reinforces the need to get the network to end users as efficiently as possible.

NBN FTTN trial delivers raw 105/45 Mbps speeds

NBN Co boss Bill Morrow says the results demonstrate the viability of using copper to deliver high-speed broadband across Australia.

Turning up the heat on TPG

NBN Co has signalled its intention to do whatever it takes to keep the likes of TPG at bay, but the tough talk needs to be backed up by resolute action.

No cuts to FTTP portion of the NBN: NBN Co

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Company refutes reports that the FTTP footprint of the network has been scaled back.

NBN Co responds to TPG threat

NBN Co brings forward its rollout of the NBN to apartments and office buildings, with some premises to be connected by the middle of next year.

Telstra chases Asian opportunity

Telco’s leading execs tour region as David Thodey says he wants to grow in Asia.

NBN Co cuts FTTP footprint: report

Fibre-to-the-premises deployment reduced from 24 per cent to 20 per cent, with 400,000 premises to miss out.

TPG unveils official NBN plans

Telco offers unlimited data for services on NBN Co's network, as pressure mounts on the Coalition to respond to its fibre-to-the-basement ambitions.

Telstra's NBN payday could be worth $100 billion

Telco reportedly stands to gain $98.2 billion from NBN Co over the next 55 years.

One.Tel payout may hit $50m

Final chapter in One.Tel saga likely to see settlement of as much as $50m.

NBN Co's outgoing CTO stands by his team

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Gary McLaren says leaving the organisation before seeing the completion of the Long Term Satellite program will be his greatest regret.

NBN Co looks to cut rural wireless and satellite footprint

30,000 or so regional customers could potentially be shifted to the fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) network, saving NBN Co $300 million.

BlackBerry may consider handset unit sale, eyes investments

The struggling phone maker's CEO says he won't rule out selling its handset business if it remains unprofitable.

Final nail in Labor's NBN coffin

Malcolm Turnbull puts FTTP NBN to rest but one wonders what the fuss with all the audits and reviews was all about.

Aussie invention beats NASA to win global technology award

A satellite communications system developed in Adelaide has fought off competitors including NASA to win Technology of the Year 2013.

Multi-technology NBN set in stone

NBN Co given instructions to continue the NBN rollout using a mix of fibre-to-the-node, fibre-to-the-premises and hybrid fibre coaxial technology.

Two graphs that show why we need the NBN

The NBN may look like more trouble than it's worth, but here's why the government needs to push forward with the grand infrastructure project.

Nokia wins Chinese regulatory approval for Microsoft deal

Swedish firm won't have to change its main patent practices as Chinese authorities give green light to sale of its mobile phone business.