Telecommunication

Optus revamps prepaid offering, adds data rollover

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Telco now offering data rollover of up to 10GB as well as unlimited talk and text.

US spying went beyond German leader: Wikileaks

by AFP
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New documents show that the United States did not just tap German Chancellor Angela Merkel's phone but also eavesdropped on several ministers.

Telstra’s flagship telemedicine service ready for action

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ReadyCare to serve as a 24/7 video and telephone hotline that will provide advice, treatment, diagnosis and prescriptions directly into people’s homes.

Dial-a-doctor service launch by Telstra

by AAP
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Australians at home and abroad can now consult a GP by phone or video through a new 24-hour-a-day service launched by Telstra.

iiNet to power SA gCloud initiative

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Telco's South Australian subsidiary Internode to deliver a range of cloud computing services to the state government.

Rumoured iPhone 6s images surface

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Leaked photos of the purported device point to better battery life and a redesigned wireless system.

Transactions, not people, drive the need for fibre

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As the economic value of better broadband comes to the fore all roads do eventually lead to full-fibre networks.

NBN contractor cuts jobs in Tasmania

by AAP
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Labor calls for federal government intervention after Visionstream sacks 60 workers.

NBN urged to give stakeholders more information

by AAP
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Competition regulator pushes for new reporting conditions to keep Telstra's power in check.

Wi-Fi marches to a new beat

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The wireless networking standard that underpins the connectivity we now take for granted is about to get a lot faster, more powerful and more widespread.

Coalition toughens Aust cyber safety net

by AAP
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New laws to go to federal parliament later this year will bring in fines of up to $250,000 to force telcos take proper steps to head off cyber attacks and protect customer data.

Telstra cops a 10% wholesale price hit

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The ACCC directs incumbent telco to cut the access price it charges by 9.6 per cent for the seven access services.

NBN faces labour squeeze

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The company building the ­National Broadband Network has warned that the project is facing an acute labour shortage, and it is planning to launch a training program designed to beef up its workforce.

TPG-iiNet merger needs careful scrutiny: NBN chief Morrow

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NBN chief executive Bill Morrow has warned that the impending $1.56 billion takeover of iiNet by TPG Telecom could see the big three telcos squeeze out competition in the market.

Overcoming APAC's enterprise mobility challenges

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The transition from traditional PCs and laptops to new mobile platforms demands a fundamental shift in IT approaches and policies, as well as new IT skills.

NBN network deal with Telstra sealed

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Nbn officially takes control of Telstra's copper and cable after ACCC rubberstamps their $11 billion deal.

Mobile reception in the outback gets a boost

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Optus misses out as federal and state governments team up with Telstra and Vodafone in a $385 million program to fill in mobile black spots.

MyNetfone taps markets for more cash

by AAP
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Internet services provider's shares in trading halt ahead of capital raising.

The iPhone might lose the Home button

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Apple is reportedly working on a chip that would allow fingerprint sensing from the touchscreen, negating the need for a home button.

The secret trade deal that rewrites Australian telco rules

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The Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) could potentially have a dramatic impact on our telecommunications sector.

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