SingTel Optus is Australia's second-largest telecommunications company, and is a subsidiary of Singapore Telecommunications.
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A recent study by Optus has shown that Australian organisations still have a long way to go in achieving 'outstanding' customer experience.
Optus Business is getting serious about becoming a key service provider announcing the establishment of a collaboration centre and a number of executive appointments.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has decided it will regulate the cost of wholesale SMS services.
Melbourne follows Sydney in securing mobile covering in its city loop train tunnels.
Despite acting CEO Paul O'Sullivan yesterday talking down Optus' customer numbers, parent company SingTel has told investors it is critical for Optus to regain market share.
Optus has launched new plans that will allow customers to share their data allowance across multiple devices.
A future shark detection system funded by Optus could see shark warnings sent directly to smartphones.
Telstra has argued against government investment in mobile towers in regional locations where Telstra has towers, but Optus and Vodafone may not.
Singapore telco clocks 4 percent increase in net profit but sees revenue drop of 8 percent, closing the year with S$3.65 billion in net profit and lower operating revenue of S$16.85 billion. Growth was muted by weakening regional currencies.
Optus added a little over 1,000 new mobile customers in the first three months of 2014, as many of its existing customers switch over to its 4G network.
Westpac has signed a five-year deal with Optus to provide its domestic mobile network and managed services, and drive its international services and contact centre transformation.
Australia's second largest telco has confirmed reports of job cuts that surfaced yesterday.
Optus has confirmed that more jobs will be culled over the next few weeks as part of the company's business strategy that was announced 18 months ago.
The cost-benefit analysis is incomplete, Ziggy Switkowski has gone rogue and there's still no clarity around how or even if the government will access Telstra's copper – yet Malcolm Turnbull happily marked NBN Co's fifth birthday with a new Statement of Expectations putting the NBN on a road to nowhere. How will future Australia judge this day?