CommsWire - 14 March 2019


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Optus calls for NBN Co to provide minimum service levels
Singtel Optus has called for the NBN Co to be made responsible for delivering services that can meet the minimum service levels required by retail standards or 50Mbps services on lines that can support such speeds.

Turnbull accused of spreading '5G myths' in London
Former Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has been accused of spreading myths about the lack of separation between the 5G core and radio access network during a speech he gave in London last week.

Analyst firm expects 400m feature phones to sell in 2019
A shade over 400 million feature phones will be sold globally in 2019, the analyst firm Counterpoint Research has predicted, adding that shipments of this class of device are expected to cross a billion units by 2021.

Telco industry veteran Vaughan Bowen joins Uniti Wireless
Australian-listed Internet service provider Uniti Wireless has appointed Vaughan Bowen, founder of telecommunications company M2 Group, as executive director.

Tangerine Telecom claims a first with discount NBN ‘new development’ fees
Small South Melbourne based NBN provider, Tangerine Telecom, is claiming it is the first telco to offer discounted new development fees for NBN connections which reduces costs for new homeowners.

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