ACCC cautious 5G welcome sees competition issues flagged
The ACCC says it is "rethinking the way it approaches spectrum competition issues ahead of the upcoming 5G auction."
Australian Greens says 'yes' to NBN Co debt relief
The Australian Greens says the NBN should prioritise the provision of an essential service ahead of cost recovery and intends to investigate the legislative options for a write-down of NBN Co's debt.
Can ACCC's new study solve the NBN mess?
Can a new report released the ACCC solve the NBN mess or will we just end up with 29 recommendations spanning a wide range of competition and consumer issues in communications markets?
ACMA puts Australia on the road to 5G with spectrum decisions
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Vocus readying New Zealand business for sale
The Vocus Group has decided to get its New Zealand operations ready for sale and is finalising the appointment of advisers, the company said on Monday.
ACCC won't declare mobile roaming, still wants to improve regional mobile coverage
Victoria trials first NBN connection using FTTC technology
The National Broadband Network rollout now has its first activation of premises with Fibre-to-the-Curb (FTTC) technology, heralded by NBN Co as a much cheaper technology delivering substantial cost savings.
Morrow says NBN cannot be compared with NZ rollout
Telco complaints from consumers, SMBs still rife, NBN complaints soar
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