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ZTE ban may curb its use of Android and Android Go
The US export ban on Chinese telecommunications equipment maker ZTE may mean that the company, which uses Google's Android mobile operating system for its smartphones, may lose its licence to use the operating system.

Fifield claims TIO figures give skewed picture of telco issues

Optus mum on rumours of ditching Virgin Mobile
Australia's second biggest telco Optus is unwilling to comment on what it characterises as "rumour and speculation" that it will be moving all customers off its Virgin Mobile subsidiary and retiring the brand.

We wish to announce an important change to the publishing schedule of CommsWire.

Today marks the launch of the afternoon edition of CommsWire.

NBN Co says one million have upgraded to faster NBN speeds in last four months

NBN Co says one million have upgraded to faster NBN speeds in last four months

Mobile-only households could reach 40% by 2020: survey
A survey of both fixed broadband and mobile users has indicated that a total of 40% could be using only mobile services by 2020 if the data limits and price points matched their needs.

Flow-on cost to consumers from new telecoms rules: CA

ACMA seeks public input to new rules for NBN consumer migration

Telcos taking too long to respond to consumer issues

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