The newly-combined entity of TPG and Vodafone Australia has unveiled its executive line-up a month after finalising its $15 billion merger.
Telstra has posted another year of tumbling profits as the summer bush fires and COVID-19 pandemic hit its already beleaguered finances.
Superloop has turned to former NBN Co enterprise boss Paul Tyler to replace its outgoing CEO Drew Kelton.
Over the Wire has landed a $36 million deal to acquire the regional business of internet services provider J2 Global.
- NBN Co losses shrink as revenue climbs
- Telstra to upgrade Tasmania’s emergency radio network
- M&A investment confidence ‘badly shaken’ by pandemic
- Nokia's new CEO working on setting strategy amid 5G race
- Aussie Broadband to offer OptiComm FTTP services
- NBN Co launches partner directory
- Watchdog flags January cut-off for NBN Co, telco cooperation
- Sales on govt digital marketplace skyrocket during COVID-19 to $2.2B
- CommsChoice expands Microsoft Teams reach to the Philippines
- Telstra sells Vic data centre complex for $416M
- The networking opportunities of Australia's billion-dollar AI and IoT sectors
- 5G rises as overall wireless infrastructure spending falls: Gartner report
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Total revenue grew 36 per cent to $3.8 billion, a rise from $2.8 billion a year ago.
250Mbps available for 70 percent of the NBN HFC footprint.
Overall number of telecommunications complaints fall by 25 per cent
Greens reaffirm they will back Labor's NBN
Claims it's a "gigantic torching of taxpayers' money"
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The research also suggests that Apple Pay adoption is influencing how Australians choose a bank
ACMA report reveals that mobile phones are the most popular and frequently used device for internet access in the country
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