SingTel Optus is Australia's second-largest telecommunications company, and is a subsidiary of Singapore Telecommunications.
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Supermarket retail giant Woolworths is the latest to be culled in Optus' reduction in the number of resellers on its mobile network
Optus has launched a Thuraya satellite case for the iPhone 4 and 4S, aimed at keeping people in regional or remote areas of Australia connected when outside of the network footprint.
Optus will accept some smartphones as credit towards a new mobile contract, but customers won't know what they'll get for their phone until they take it to a store.
Leighton Holdings subsidiary Visionstream has been picked to upgrade 1,200 Optus towers to 4G, in a deal worth AU$240 million.
Apple fans using the SingTel-owned telco can finally know what an upgrade will cost them.
As the Coalition seems set on changing the NBN to fibre to the node, Optus has said it is open to a variety of options to connect customers from the node to the premises.
ANZ has re-signed SingTel and Optus Business to provide telecommunications and managed services to the bank.
The Australian telco has picked up an AU$29 million outsourced telecommunications contract with the federal agency.
Overnight Australia's second-largest telecommunications provider suffered a major DNS outage affecting its website, corporate VPN, and IP services.
Australia's second-largest telco Optus has appointed former Hutchison CTO Vic McClelland to head up its network division.
Optus will outsource 130 IT jobs to Accenture, Tech Mahindra, and SingTel IT subsidiary NCS.
Optus has followed Vodafone in attempting to put a stop to Australian consumers being hit with massive global roaming charges when using their mobile phone overseas.
Out of options, Kogan Mobile has attacked the 'forces at play in the Australian telecommunications market'.
SingTel subsidiary Optus has decided against selling its legacy satellite business after an internal review.
Optus has reported an operating revenue decline of 5.3 percent year on year to 2.2 billion on the back of a drop in the number of mobile subscribers.