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Telstra mulls Microsoft cloud for ISP email

The nation's biggest telco Telstra is considering dumping the email, blogging, photos and online storage platforms used by customers of its BigPond internet service provider (ISP) division and migrating customers to Microsoft's Windows Live platform.

December 12, 2010 by

Optus inches forward on wholesale ADSL2+

Number two telco Optus has already signed supply agreements with at least one party as it moves closer to giving Internet service providers (ISPs) wholesale access to its extensive new high-speed broadband network. The company has recently inked a deal with ISP Exetel where Optus would supply the company with wholesale ADSL2+ and telephone services, Exetel spokesperson John Linton confirmed to ZDNet Australia this morning.

June 25, 2006 by

Westnet swims upstream to Optus

Internet service provider Westnet is believed to be dumping its existing upstream Internet bandwidth providers AAPT and Telstra in favour of nationwide links with the nation's number two telco Optus. The ISP, one of Australia's largest with around 85,000 customers on broadband and another 60,000 on dialup Internet, has already linked its Western Australian network up with Optus'.

April 27, 2006 by

Telstra inks global roaming deal with iPass

Telstra has inked a three year deal with iPass that will allow the telco to offer its customers single sign-on access to their corporate networks using any of iPass's numerous global ISP partners.United States-based iPass has already partnered with hundreds of dial-up, wireless, and broadband Internet service providers in around 160 countries.

November 28, 2005 by

Wanadoo buys Andtrade

France Telecom's ISP division Wanadoo has acquired online trading market Andtrade as the French telco continues to increase its presence on the internet.

November 14, 2000 by

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