Telstra makes big cuts in payphone call rates
Telstra has announced that it would be sharply reducing the rates for calls placed from its 15,500 public payphones across the country.
US-China trade war set to hit global smartphone market
The global smartphone market faces another challenging year in 2019, with the US-China trade war the factor that will have the biggest say on whether the market returns to growth or not, the research firm IDC says.
5G playing a big part in changing retail sector, consumer shopping habits
The emergence of 5G and the use of smartphone cameras and other devices is set to bring significant change to consumer shopping habits and the retail sector, according to newly released research.
ACCC publishes guide for problem-plagued NBN fixed wireless broadband customers
Optus outage puts services on the blink, US-based sites hit
Australia's second biggest telco, Singtel Optus, has been hit by a serious outage that has been affecting a number of services for the past day.
Telstra launches Australia’s first 5G mobile hotspot
The HTC 5G Hub can be ordered today, delivering 5G speeds in active areas, and working as a 4GX modem elsewhere, with Telstra saying it isn't just Australia's first 5G/4GX media hotspot, but the world's, too.
Optus annual profits plunge, but rebound for the quarter
Australia’s second largest telco Optus has suffered a drop in net profits for the year ended 31 March, with profits plunging by 15.8% on the previous year.
Optus reveals first 50 Ericsson 5G site locations
Optus has revealed the list of the first 50 5G site locations to be built by Ericsson across Sydney and Melbourne as part of its multi-vendor 5G rollout.
China tells Australia that 5G ban may breach WTO rules
China has told Australia that its restrictions on 5G technology are discriminatory and likely to have broken global trade rules drafted by the World Trade Organisation.
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