This is a response from Telstra to an opinion piece published in CommsWire and distributed by TelSoc to its members on 13 October entitled "Telstra cries poor ? NBN is hurting us!"

23rd October 2014

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G.fast comes closer ? a boost for Turnbull?s NBN; Alcatel-Lucent launches commercial G.fast; G.fast explained (by Alcatel-Lucent); Telstra promises better consumer compliance; Australia?s cloud services market sky high; iPhone 6 boosts Apple?s numbers; Australia?s .au market maturing; Australia Post boosts regional services.

22nd October 2014

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This is a reminder of the TelSoc AGM in Melbourne on 28 October at 11:45am to be followed at 12:30pm by a Panel discussion on the NBN by Bob James and Gary McLaren.

22nd October 2014

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An alert to TelSoc members re the October issue of the Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy

22nd October 2014

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Mint Wireless sacks CEO, share trading halted; Telstra moves into video advertising; Lenovo moves in on BlackBerry; Yuile crosses from AAPT to Nextgen; EU drops China subsidy probe; FCC explores new 5G mobile frequency bands; Telstra opens upgraded Sydney HQ.

21st October 2014

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First FTTN locations named;FTTN rollout areas;BBC argues for ?right to be remembered?;Telstra releases environment strategy; as ITU, minus Australia, declares IT and comms important for sustainable development;The Busan Declaration.

20th October 2014

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ANALYSIS Where does it end? Now Telstra wants CBDs excluded from SAO; Yatango claims ?best value? 4G; Happy birthday Vodafone means free international calls; 21 years of Vodafone in Australia; Google to test millimetre wave transmissions; Amazon Fire phone missing in action; Mobile operators evaluating SDN and NFV.

17th October 2014

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Telstra cries poor. The NBN is hurting us!;Telstra?s submission;When too much is not enough ? opposition grows to Telstra?s ?insatiable appetite?;ANALYSIS Now Telstra wants CBDs excluded from Standard Access Obligations;ECONOMUSE The problems of transitional pricing;Turnbull moves on TPG cherry picking;Vodafone Australia turns;Free international calls for Voda this weekend;21 years of Vodafone in Australia;Vodafone launches new business plans; and teams up with Spotify;US Commerce Secretary pledges open Internet;Telstra invests in mobile advertising company; and acquires Bridge Point;Dell expands local data centre services;SAP and IBM team on cloud;Yatango claims ?best value? 4G;Graeme Samuel to give Charles Todd Oration;intabank partners with Megaport ;Are video calls making Aussies vain?;Wi-Fi Alliance upgrades Passpoint; and Ruckus expands Hotspot products;Google part of $500 million Magic investment; and tests millimetre wave transmissions;Vocus implements Brocade;Mobile operators evaluating SDN and NFV;Amazon Fire phone missing in action;Pacnet deploys Network-as-a-Service at NSW Government data centre;100G Europe India Gateway cable upgrade;Gigamon ?de-risks? network transformation;ICANN appoints compliance officer;Global Payments finalises Ezidebit purchase.

17th October 2014

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Turnbull moves on TPG cherry picking; Telstra invests in mobile advertising company; and acquires Bridge Point; Dell expands local data centre services; SAP and IBM team on cloud; Vocus implements Brocade.

16th October 2014

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When too much is not enough ? opposition grows to Telstra?s ?insatiable appetite?; US Commerce Secretary pledges open Internet; Pacnet deploys Network-as-a-Service at NSW Government data centre; ECONOMUSE The problems of transitional pricing; Google part of $500 million investment; 100G Europe India Gateway cable upgrade.

15th October 2014

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