CommsWire - 8 November 2017

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MyNetFone launches global toll free service
Hosted voice, data communications and VoIP telecoms provider MyNetFone has launched an international toll free service for business consumers, including the small end of town.

Optus looks for customer service boost with launch of Google Assistant
Optus claims it is paving the way for telco innovation in customer service with the offering, for the first time, of Google Assistant, allowing its customers to ask Google Home and selected smartphones, questions about their personal mobile plan without needing a handheld device.

Optus allocates $3.7 million for Central Murray mobile coverage
Optus has said it will spend $3.7 million to further improve its 4G Plus mobile network in the Central Murray region.

Verizon, Greg Norman combine on golfing connectivity solution
The Greg Norman Company (GN) and US telco Verizon have partnered on the release of disruptive new golf technology that they claim enhances the on-course experience for golfers.

Juniper releases cloud enhancements to Contrail
Juniper Networks has released enhancements to its Contrail Cloud platform designed to help service providers mitigate the challenges in building and operating distributed and scalable clouds.