Optus reports strong growth in its mobile segment  Optus’s Ebitda grew by 3.5% while its Ebit rose by 32% amounting to $249 million for the full year ended 31 March 2022.

27th May 2022

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TPG Telecom halves mobile plans for new customers TPG Telecom is reducing the cost of its mobile phone plans by half, allowing new mobile customers to save more for six months.

26th May 2022

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Complaints rising again, says TIO  Phone and internet complaints increased during the third financial quarter, the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman's latest report says.

25th May 2022

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ACMA expects telcos to be proactive protecting their vulnerable consumers  The ACMA has laid expectations for telcos to be proactive in identifying and dealing with their consumers who face vulnerable circumstances.

24th May 2022

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ACMA expects telcos to be proactive protecting their vulnerable consumers  The ACMA has laid expectations for telcos to be proactive in identifying and dealing with their consumers who face vulnerable circumstances.

24th May 2022

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Commpete says Labor has opportunity to create a more inclusive telco sector Commpete, an organisation representing some Australian challenger telecommunications brands, congratulated Anthony Albanese and the Australian Labor Party on their victory in the federal election.

23rd May 2022

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Vodafone offers 5G broadband plans for its subscribers Telecommunications company Vodafone launches two new 5G home internet plans: 5G Home Broadband Plus and 5G Home Broadband Premium. Optus Eco urges customers to fight climate change Telecommunications company Optus unveils Optus Eco, a feature in My Optus App, to inform customers on how to beat climate change in their own ways.

20th May 2022

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TPG Telecom launches G.Fast service TPG Telecom claims to be the first telco to launch G.Fast technology which provides download speeds of up to one gigabit per second across its fibre-to-the-building network.

19th May 2022

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GSMA report: internet value chain growth lagged by market imbalances, urges policymakers to see interdependence of online services Market imbalances between network operators and online service providers may put global growth prospects at risk across multiple sectors of the internet-based economy, a GSMA report warns.

18th May 2022

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AirTrunk ‘strengthens’ Japan presence with second Tokyo hyperscale data centre Hyperscale data centre specialist AirTrunk is strengthening its presence in Japan, with plans to build a new 110+ megawatt (MW) hyperscale data centre in West Tokyo, named AirTrunk TOK2 (TOK2).

17th May 2022

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