Full Spectrum: Nexus first!

Full Spectrum: Nexus first!

Summary: The excitement surrounding the launch of Samsung's shiny new Galaxy Nexus smartphone was a bit much for the telcos.

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The excitement surrounding the launch of Samsung's shiny new Galaxy Nexus smartphone was a bit much for the telcos.

Both Vodafone and Telstra claimed that they were the first to get the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. But which of them actually was the first?

The social-media teams for both Telstra and Optus were also caught up in the excitement, accidentally telling punters that the Nexus will work on their long-term evolution (LTE) networks. Here's a hint: it won't.

And how exactly does a massive, wide-spread privacy breach become an "internal systems issue"?

Full Spectrum delivers you all the latest NBN news, and keeps you up to date with the hustle and bustle of the telco industry.

Topics: Telcos, Mobility, Samsung, Optus, Telstra

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Armed with a degree in Computer Science and a Masters in Journalism, Josh keeps a close eye on the telecommunications industry, the National Broadband Network, and all the goings on in government IT.

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