Telecommunications and the Digital Economy
ISS shutdown looms for Australian bush
NBN Co has issued a warning for consumers in remote Australia to switch to the new Sky Muster satellite service or risk losing their Internet service as the ISS (interim satellite service) gets turned off next week.
Vodafone pushes Telstra into second place in Sydney
Telstra, Optus, Vodafone. That's the normal market share order for mobile service providers in most Australian capital cities. But Sydney is an exception: Vodafone is in the lead.
Big telcos favoured by new NBN CVC pricing
The largest players in the provision of the NBN broadband service look to be the main beneficiaries of the new wholesale pricing model announced by NBN Co on Friday.
Telstra half-yearly results show drops in profit, revenue
Telstra's half-yearly profits have dropped by 14.4% and its revenue has fallen by 3.6%, according to its results announcement on Thursday.
Morrow admits NBN can’t deliver affordable superfast broadband
Contact centre market spend passes half billion dollars, more growth ahead
The Australian contact centre market, comprising software, services, call management and hardware, is now worth more than $500 million, according to a new global analyst report.
Carriers, consumers want telco competition laws to stay
A group of telecommunications carriers and consumers has called on federal parliament not to pass amendments that would remove competition protection measures in the Competition and Consumer Act.
Confusion over broadband speeds rife among consumers
Losses blow out to $1.83 billion on NBN rollout
NBN Co has reported a massive loss blowout of $1.83 billion for the first half of 2016, a whopping increase of 47% over the corresponding half of the previous year.
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