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IA calls on Turnbull and Opposition to scrap Data Retention
Internet 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.

September a big month for Australian bush says Morrow; Most countries not going all fibre says Morrow; Telstra launches VoLTE calling and world-1st Cat 11 600Mbps-capable device; Ericsson shows off 16A Software behind Telstra?s Cat 11 600Mbps network; Telstra adds new ?Trader Voice? solution to financial trading portfolio; Boost Mobile gets 4G boost well before Telstra MVNOs.

Turnbull as PM may see NBN shift back to FttP: Ovum; ?Fast track? the NBN, Internet Australia tells Turnbull; Cairns to Perth connection an ?Australian first? says Optus; Australia?s Dept of Defence re-imagines military social media; Spark responds to spike in demand for broadband services; Smartphone sales ? a two horse race but Android is ahead.

ACMA?s 1800MHz November 2015 auction: applications open; Vodafone offers monthly instalment payment plan for smartphones; Ericsson to acquire Envivio in multi-million dollar deal; ACMA hits 24 telcos with warnings for code breach; ACCC completes broadband performance monitoring pilot; Major mobile operators release iPhone 6S plans.

Coalition NBN keeps crawling on past homes; ?Simply wrong? on FttN says NBN chief Morrow to critics; Tomizone deploying Wi-Fi at Christchurch Airport; NetComm launches Verizon certified router in US market; LTE Connections worldwide double on way to a billion; Inmarsat teams with Rolls Royce on autonomous ships project; Equinix expanding in Japan, APAC with Bit-isle acquisition.

Emeritus Professor slams Coalition NBN as ?bad deal?; Call for halt to introduction of ISP copyright code; Telstra?s T-Voice: landline calls on your smartphone or tablet at home; 5G connections: 240 million by 2025 and IoT; Spark wants certainty for industry from regulatory review; Apple slips behind Android in Australia while smartwatches flop; Blackberry to acquire Good Technology.

Optus switches on 3X the 4G Cat 9 LTE-A power; NBN will boost GDP by 1.8%: new study; Mobility management software market set for growth explosion; Telstra, Equinix collaborate on data centre colocation; ?Binge viewing? with massive consumer shift to on-demand services; iOS eating Android?s Aussie lunch as smartphone prices explode.

Optus seals Exetel NBN aggregation deal; NBN wireless is just fine says nbn; Retailers IoT spending splurge; Dubber goes live in Europe, UK with ?revolutionary? solution for telcos; Ericsson unlocks LTE-U and better wireless indoor performance; Android losing marketshare to Apple iOS in Europe; Nokia Networks unveils its programmable 5G multi-service architecture.

NBN Special: Out Of Left Field: Fraudband! Coalition Nbn To Cost As Much As Labor?s; Nbn?s New Corporate Plan Exposes Copper Concerns; Nbn Meets Its Targets. Wow!; Nbn Co Says 9 Million Homes By 2018: Believable?; Accc Finalises Prices For Terminating Calls, Sms.

ANALYSIS: WHERE WILL TELSTRA’S GROWTH COME FROM?
Telstra’s annual results were good, but not outstanding. Even with mobiles, it is outgrowing its traditional market of Australian telephony. How can it grow?

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