The Australian government is calling on the Productivity Commission to work out how best to deliver mobile broadband capability for the country's law enforcement and emergency services.
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Plans for new unregulated copper-based broadband services, dubbed Boost HD, are now in limbo.
Regulated price cuts to wholesale copper broadband services stand after Chorus' appeal fails.
New Zealand network operator posts a flat result, but a regulated reduction in the prices it can charge for copper broadband services looms in December.
Telecom New Zealand and CallPlus complain to the regulator that proposed changes to wholesale broadband services are an enforceable breach under the Telecommunications Act.
Inmarsat to lead the EU wide roll-out of in-flight passenger broadband services with British Airways in the van.
Over 420,000 more customers will receive fixed-wireless and fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) broadband services after an NBN Co review recommended an additional 1300 wireless towers be built – at an additional cost of $1.7 billion – to prevent latent demand from swamping satellite services to be launched in 2016.
Singapore regulator IDA slaps record S$6 million fine on SingTel for an October 9 blaze that brought down various communications services including broadband and mobile, affecting 270,000 subscribers and businesses.
Telstra has signed a multimillion dollar broadband security services deal with Mako Networks, representing the cloud-based security company’s largest contract in the Australian market.
Optus Satellite has inked a three-year wholesale deal with New Zealand internet provider, Wireless Nation, to deliver satellite broadband services to customers across the county.
Air China, the country’s national flag carrier, said more passengers will soon be able to enjoy free broadband browsing services at 32,000 feet after a successful trial run on Wednesday.
The regulatory status quo, cutting the amount Chorus can charge for wholesale copper broadband services, remains in place.
Australians using mobile broadband services added AU$33.8 billion to economic activity in the country in 2013, according to research commissioned by the ACMA.
Fears are rising that a "nuclear option" could be used to degrade copper broadband services in New Zealand and drive users to fibre.
A difficult economy and falling revenues from traditional services are having an impact on the company's bottom line.
Following a fire that destroyed several buildings, residents of Lærdal found their mobile, landline and broadband services downed. Here's how their mobile companies dealt with the crisis - and what happened next.
The telco's investment will provide a major boost in growth of broadband services in rural areas, as well as enable delivery of e-governance, e-education, and e-health services.
As part of a push back into the wireless broadband market, Optus is planning a trial of fixed 4G broadband services that could replace ADSL2.
Harmonizing the 700MHz frequency band for mobile broadband services, shifting from analog to digital TV broadcast, and improving undersea cable resiliency, will be key areas for cooperation for Southeast Asia, following the 13th TELMIN meeting between ICT ministers.
NBN Co's nearly year-long trial of IPTV services over the National Broadband Network will end this month, with the company not saying whether the service will continue.
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