A NBN will pick its own cherries from SeptemberRollout data from Telstra shows that NBN fibre to the basement services to some apartment buildings will begin as early as September. Choice slams anti-piracy paperConsumer group Choice says the leaked Government ?Online Copyright Infringement? discussion paper fails to deal with the real causes of piracy.

29th July 2014

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CommsWire 28 July 2014 ANALYSIS     Vodafone numbers down again, but less clarityVodafone Group has stopped reporting separately on its 50/50 Australian subsidiary in its quarterly financial report ? just as things were looking up.

28th July 2014

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CommsWire 25 July 2014 Latest FAD consultation process beginsThe Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has released a discussion paper on pricing for the regulated fixed line services supplied using Telstra?s copper network. OwnFone puts braille buttons on mobilesA mobile phone with personalised braille buttons has gone on sale in Australia.

25th July 2014

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CommsWire Weekly     25 July 2014 COVER STORY ? Telstra sends more jobs to Asia  Hutch numbers show VHA has slowed decline Latest FAD consultation process begins Apple?s half denial confirms iOS ?back door? Cisco tops, but who?s number two? TV stations meeting local content rules  Australia a wireless leader and wired laggard  Telstra to shut down 2G network ACMA and AFP forum to fight child exploitation 

25th July 2014

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CommsWire 24 July 2014 Telstra sends more jobs to AsiaWhen Telstra boss David Thodey said the company?s future is in Asia, he was right. That?s where many of the company?s jobs are headed. Hutch numbers show VHA has slowed declineNew data from half owner Hutchison shows that Vodafone Australia has finally stemmed the decline in its mobile subscriber numbers. But they are still down.

24th July 2014

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CommsWire 22 July 2014 ACMA hosts regional regulators? meeting ? ?strength in diversity?The Australian Communications and Media Authority is playing host to the fourth Asia Pacific Regulators Roundtable, being held this week in Sydney. Telstra readies 700MHz 4G trials in six centresCommercial trials of Telstra's 700MHz 4G service will soon begin in six areas on both sides of the country.

22nd July 2014

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CommsWire 21 July 2014 ECONOMUSE     Can we go faster and cheaper, please?The focus to-date has been on rolling-out the NBN faster and cheaper. The NBN does need to be faster and cheaper ? but to its users. Chorus in funding deal with CFHNew Zealand infrastructure provider Chorus has structured a funding deal with Crown Fibre Holdings that will help its cashflow. But the Labour Party is not happy.

21st July 2014

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Telstra wins $200 million in NBN court stoush; Unpicking the cherry picking ? what Vertigan means for TPG; Where to now for the Senate NBN Committee?; Collaboration a big boost to local economy; CloudFlare picks Equinix for big expansion; Digital watermarking may end piracy.

18th July 2014

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NBN, VERTIGAN, TELSTRA AND LOWERED EXPECTATIONS; IBM and Apple form unlikely alliance; Kiwi ISP gets around geoblocking; Buckingham confirmed as iiNet CEO; Australia at top of new e-trade index; Google forms council on ?right to be forgotten?; Large screen iPhone delayed; Huawei unveils its new data centre products; and a green supply chain; Fujitsu spending billions on the cloud; Sprint and T-Mobile close to a deal; Collaboration a big boost to local economy; CloudFlare picks Equinix for big expansion; Apple hits back at China over privacy fears; ACMA looks to lower fees for professional wireless microphone users; Rupert Murdoch calls NBN 'ridiculous'; and Time Warner rebuffs him; Telecom NZ to launch 4G mobile over 700 MHz; Pacnet gets Gartner gong; Juniper boosts executive team; Telstra statement to ASX on divestments; Ciena announces major new software suite; Brocade joins Ethernet Consortium; while Riverbed joins Azure group; Digital watermarking may end piracy.

18th July 2014

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