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This page provides links (where available) to the history of important institutions within the Australian telecommunications industry.

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NBN Co set to issue wholesale pricing review paper Australian national broadband provider NBN Co is set to issue a wholesale pricing review to a number of telecommunications providers on Thursday in a bid to quell disquiet in the industry.

21st June 2019

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NBN Co chief Morrow to quit by end of 2018 NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow is leaving the company by the end of the year, according to a statement from the company.

5th April 2018

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Has Malcolm Turnbull lost his opportunity for change?; Smartphones including iPhone now predominant source of malware; Apple & Samsung push global NFC mobile payment users toward 150 million; Telstra customers get 200GB free OneDrive; Point-of-sale breaches continue to make headlines; Apple 'cannot be forced to provide data' in drug case; Apple event March 21: iPhone SE, new iPad Air 3, Watch updates.

2nd March 2016

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Huawei says ?radical? new concept reinvents Network Architecture; Do you want to Belong; TVs still preferred for longer OTT viewing; NBN ignored in govt innovation strategy ? a lost opportunity: analyst; Flight Centre completes ?largest migration in QLD history?; Five times more data leakage on iPhone than Samsung; More mobile data breaches ? 16 companies named and shamed.

11th December 2015

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IA calls on Turnbull and Opposition to scrap Data RetentionInternet Australia has put the pressure on the federal government and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and the Labor Opposition, with a call for the Data Retention Act to be scrapped completely.

18th September 2015

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BIG SHIFT IN AUSTRALIAN CONTACT CENTRE MARKETThere’s a transformation underway in Australia’s contact centre market, with on-premise models gradually being displaced by both hosted and cloud contact centre models. GOVERNMENT CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS ON NBN MIGRATIONThe Australian Government has released for public comment its draft Migration Assurance Policy on moving to the fixed-line NBN.

21st July 2015

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Greek Tragedy Makes Mess Of Telco Market; Cisco To Acquire Opendns For Us$635 Million; Mobile Technologies ?changing The Retail Industry?; Nbn Co Adds 200,000 More Homes To Nbn Rollout; Telcos Under Pressure From New Digital Media Players; 1800 Number Calls Free Of Charge, For Most, From Today; Paris Takes Over Top Mobile Job At Spark Nz.

2nd July 2015

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NBN product roadmap shows FTTN retail still nine months away; OPINION Vertigan cops a drubbing ? and rightly so; Broadband around the world ? report from the Netherlands; Consumers want fast online shopping; ACCC will not oppose Expedia buying Wotif; Alcatel-Lucent sells enterprise division to China; ACMA tells telcos to play by the rules.

3rd October 2014