CommsWire - 4 April 2017


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NBN attracts new fixed broadband users, leads to ISP churn
The rollout of the national broadband network is convincing Australians to take up fixed broadband Internet connections for the first time and persuading others, who are already users, to switch providers.

Optus launches Yes TV, Fetch Multiroom broadband plans
Optus has expanded its broadband offerings with the introduction of Yes TV by Fetch Multiroom for new or existing fixed broadband customers.

Global focus needed for cyber security engagement strategy says Comms Alliance
The cross-border nature of data and increasing globalisation demand that Australia has a cyber-engagement strategy that is international in nature and aligns with our key trading partners.

ANZ to run trial using voice for mobile banking
The ANZ bank will run a trial using voice biometrics to transfer sums of money more than $1000 using its mobile apps.

Norwood boosts Corona sales with CommSys deal
Telecommunications services provider Norwood Systems has inked an agreement with cloud services provider CommSys to deliver communications services using its Corona global trunk services platform.

Free video on demand streaming attracts Aussies in their millions
Australian TV viewers streamed 1.2 billion minutes of television programmes throughout March, according to a newly published report

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