Republic Wireless provides low cost, no-contract service with a focus on WiFi connectivity. The new Moto X is launching on their network and is a compelling offer for frugal wireless customers.
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Australian telcos will need to hand over confidential network expansion plans to the government in order to be eligible for mobile network blackspot funding.
Getting back into mobile might make a lot of sense for the telecoms giant, says analyst.
The former chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Graeme Samuel has warned the regulator to ensure that telcos don't build up monopolies on content.
The Passpoint specification for seamless and secure wireless network authentication now has on-the-spot provisioning and more operator policy control.
SingTel-Optus chairman Paul O'Sullivan has called for the break-up of Telstra, warning that the telco's incumbent market position and ownership of the copper network is so vital to the government's mixed-technology NBN rollout that it will trample competition in the Australian market.
NBN Co would pick up much-needed spectrum to fill a gap in its fixed-wireless network coverage in Australia's metropolitan fringes under a draft ministerial direction released today.
Regulator changes the rules to try to give BT's competitors a chance in a more level playing field.
Customers of Australia's second and third placed telcos today suffered widespread network outages.
The railroad service is now soliciting bids for a proof-of-concept project that would bring a trackside wireless network to the Northeast Corridor.
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iiNet has announced it will build what it claims is the largest free WiFi network in Australia, with the company joining forces with the ACT government to blanket 12 Canberra business districts with over 700 Cisco wireless access points.
Telecoms giant posts strong financials for the year on back of fibre broadband growth
The Australian competition watchdog will continue to allow retail telecommunication service providers to use Telstra's copper network for another five years.
Connecting to a wireless network just got that little bit easier, thanks to NFC support. No, that doesn't include you, iPhone users.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said that the wireless network for the NBN was underplanned, with uptake expected to be higher than forecast.
The speeds on offer for telcos reselling on Telstra's 3G network are set to improve substantially with Telstra removing the cap on 3G speeds.
Most backhaul network services provided by Telstra and other providers will still be regulated by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission for at least the next five years.
Verizon is accused of letting its copper network in California get into such a state of disrepair that customers are forced to switch to its fibre or wireless products.
While the Australian government decides the fate of NBN competition, TPG is already building its fibre to the basement network and has live trial customers.
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