CommsWire - 31 May 2018


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Qantas continues in-flight Wi-Fi rollout to A330
National airline carrier Qantas says it will have Wi-FI on two domestic A330s and half of the 737 fleet by the end of June, and then 75% of the combined fleet by the end of the year.

Family Zone cuts security deal with Vodafone India, Micromax
Australian listed security provider Family Zone has signed agreements with Vodafone India and Indian mobile and tablet manufacturer Micromax to supply its security software to both companies.

auDA registers .au domains, claims it is allowed to do so
The au Domain Administration, the body that looks after the Australian domain namespace, has gone ahead and registered two major direct domain names, despite deciding in the wake of an April government review that direct .au registrations would be put off to the second half of 2019 at the earliest.

Optus scores another court win over Telstra
Singtel Optus will be able to go back to running ads which say "Empires end. That's what they do," after a Victorian Supreme Court judge ruled on Wednesday that Telstra's claim that these ads were misleading or deceptive did not stack up.

'Baffled' New Zealanders to provide feedback on broadband
Thousands of New Zealand households are being roped in to help the country?s competition enforcement agency, The Commerce Commission, monitor and improve broadband performance.

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