CommsWire - 1 June 2018


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Vocus customer hack used to swamp triple-zero service
Australia's triple-zero service was hit by a malicious attack last weekend, with up to 600 calls at a time made through a customer of telco Vocus, with the attacker flooding the number during three short periods between 6.09am and 7.55am.

Singtel?s DataSpark, Analysys Mason team up on telco network planning app
Singtel?s data analytics subsidiary DataSpark and telecommunications analysis firm Analysys Mason have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop a network planning application to help mobile operators drive revenue and optimise capital expenditure. 

Motorola returns to name as 2018 phones arrive in Australia
Motorola has announced its new g6, g6 Play, g6 plus and e5 Androids with 18:9 screens, consistent design, full Motorola name and more, including dual SIM slots and separate MicroSD slot for the first time.

MGM boosts Spacetalk management team with new appointment
MGM Wireless has appointed former GPro and Walt Disney marketing and sales executive Jason Le as director of digital marketing, strategy and product development to spearhead online sales for its Spacetalk children?s smartphone watch.

Amazon to stop Aussies shopping from its global websites
Online retail giant Amazon is stopping Australian consumers from buying goods from its global sites due to the imposition of a new goods and services tax on overseas ecommerce sites from 1 July.

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