TelSoc news items

Telstra on the defensive as increased competition heats up
Telstra has defended its recent poor financial performance as it faces the strong headwinds of stiff market competition and a big hit to its revenues from the National Broadband Network.

NBN under pressure to maintain pace as connections hit 3 million mark

Vocus North-West Cable System is up and running

Fifield outlines how Govt will support 5G rollout
The Federal Government has released a 5G directions paper and says it will bring together a working group in order to push deployment of the mobile technology in Australia.

NBN SAU changes ‘unfair’ to consumers: ACCAN
ACCAN CEO Teresa Corbin has cast doubt on the fairness to consumers of proposed changes to the National Broadband Network Special Access Undertaking, the SAU.

Foxtel gets aggressive in broadband space
Foxtel has tweaked its broadband packages to offer lower prices in some cases, and more options in others, with the company also offering NBN connections on HFC.

Are NBN prices out of control?
ECONOMUSE: There is no effective regulatory constraint on soaring ARPU - be afraid of ARPU very afraid.

Privacy groups slam COAG over face recognition database

Facial recognition database system 'could cost billions'
The setting up of a national facial recognition database is likely to cost Australia at least hundreds of millions of dollars, but could go into the billions, an expert in the field has told iTWire.

New nbn Sky Muster plans offer up to 300GB monthly data


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