CommsWire - 1 December 2017

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Telstra lures high data using SMBs with new broadband offer
Telstra has launched an unlimited broadband data offer in a move which it says is designed to help alleviate the problems of data intensive activities by small businesses.

More data for your dollar: Amaysim gracefully strikes back in inclusions war
Boldly promising its "new mobile plans provide best value in market" with "big data for little dollars," value MVNO pioneer Amaysim is upping the ante by upping the data.

Switch bullish on streaming market future
Online video content provider Switch Media claims Australia is set for an explosion in demand in the streaming market as content owners, from TV broadcasters to sporting associations and event promoters, seek to capture the new multi-screen savvy consumer.

Ericsson and Corda Campus to open 5G Life Campus in Belgium
The new 5G Life Campus, first of its kind, will "test 5G technologies across a range of innovative applications".

Transurban launches Bluedot smartphone app for toll payments
Toll road operator Transurban has partnered with location service platform provider Bluedot to launch a new app which the two companies say is helping Australian motorists automatically track and pay for tolls on their smartphone.

On-demand automated vehicles to be tested in Perth
Driverless and fully electric vehicles are slated to arrive in Western Australia under the Royal Automobile Club's plan to test automated vehicles in the state.