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Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull is looking to refine the process of moving customers from Telstra's legacy network onto the NBN, with some customers in the first 15 areas still waiting for an NBN connection.
Telefonica is to sell up to 30 percent of its the new combined network to Drillisch.
The Communications Alliance has revealed how telcos would have warned customers downloading copyright-infringing TV shows and films in a trial scheme that would have operated in Australia by now had rights holders agreed to pay their share of it.
As the Australian government looks to force telcos to retain customer data for law-enforcement investigations, the number of requests for customer data that Telstra is receiving from Australian law-enforcement agencies has risen in the last six months.
Customers of smaller Australian telcos are set to begin receiving the same usage alerts provided to customers of Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone.
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Vodafone and NBN Co have been quietly testing out using NBN Co's fibre as backhaul for Vodafone's mobile network.
Telstra and Telekom Indonesia have signed an agreement that will see the Australian telecommunications giant provide cloud services in Indonesia in 2015 as part of a joint venture.
Vocus Communications has cited organic growth as the driver of another banner year for the network and datacentre company.
The global peering company has said that Australia is more expensive to supply services to than anywhere else in the world due to Telstra's dominance.
The additional investment is to be funded through the extension of an existing levy on telecommunications providers.
M2 has seen a record AU$1.02 billion in revenue on the back of Eftel and Dodo acquisitions, and through significant organic growth of its customer base.
New Zealand network operator posts a flat result, but a regulated reduction in the prices it can charge for copper broadband services looms in December.
Telstra's stake in fixed networks will be significantly reduced once NBN Co 're-nationalises' the copper network and buys it back from Telstra, according to CEO David Thodey.
Telstra CEO David Thodey has welcomed a debate over the late fees it charges to customers, stating that Telstra's late fees are very different to those charged by banks.