SingTel Optus is Australia's second-largest telecommunications company, and is a subsidiary of Singapore Telecommunications.
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Telstra and Vodafone saw rises in the number of complaints to the TIO, while Optus has noted a sharp decrease in the number of complaints it has received.
As foreshadowed last week, Optus has gone ahead with plans to remove bill shock on mobile broadband plans.
NBN Co's lengthy response to suggested changes to its special access undertaking has been met with criticism by retail service providers.
Optus will offer dual-mode devices to let Canberrans access TD-LTE and FD-LTE networks across Australia.
Optus has revealed for the first time that it has sold over 785,000 4G handsets since launching the network last year.
Virgin will offer a 4G broadband plan with no excess data charges for wireless broadband users.
After two years in the role and overseeing the launch of 4G, Optus' managing director of networks, Günther Ottendorfer will return to Austria.
US mobile company T-Mobile's announcement of its "uncarrier" plans, which remove two-year contracts and phone subsidies, has caught the eye of Optus.
The Telstra exchange fire in the Victoria regional town of Warrnambool cost the local economy at least AU$17.9 million, according to the Victorian government.
Optus has confirmed that the number of roles to be cut as part of its restructure announced last month is 290.
The telco is conducting a strategic review of the its Australian unit's satellite business to optimise value for shareholders.
In the latest round of its seed funding program, Optus has shortlisted 10 Aussie startups in a bid to help them find pre-series A-round funding, and will contribute AU$250,000 of its own to kick things off.
Optus has advised staff today that it will cut more jobs as part of a restructure focused on globalising IT and network functions.
[UPDATE] Telco saw third quarter net income drop to S$827 million (US$669 million) due to exceptional charges from Australian unit restructuring, weaker foreign currencies, and a drag from Philippine and Indian associates.
Optus has reported a third-quarter slump in net profits of 9.2 percent on the back of slow mobile subscription growth as the company moves out of a restructure phase.