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In the first three months of this year, Vodafone saw an increase in the number of customers leaving the troubled telco.
Dish's future networking portfolio could grow quite quickly based on a new report that the satellite TV provider is going after the bankrupt wireless venture's spectrum.
The primary goal of Sprint's buy is to grab Handmark's subsidiary, OneLouder, a mobile app developer and advertising company.
Pipe Networks has won access to a Melbourne building to install cables, in a Federal Court case that could have wider implications for the entire telecommunications sector.
Telstra is again in the Australian Privacy Commissioner's sights, with Timothy Pilgrim stating that his office will open a new investigation into the matter due to the telco's latest privacy bungle.
Optus will offer dual-mode devices to let Canberrans access TD-LTE and FD-LTE networks across Australia.
The initial deadline of mid-2014 is pushed back as the ministry wants more time to prepare the policies to ensure there are no hiccups.
Amid competition from Spotify and Google, the Singapore telco believes its 4-year-old streaming service will hold its own with a stronger regional catalog and buffering technology to retain customers.
Telstra's 4G upgrades are occurring in the unlikeliest of places. Even retirement homes.
Chinese telco to phase out lower speed packages with faster connections of least 4Mbps starting Friday, in response to government's goal of having 75 percent of broadband users on that speed this year.
On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team looks at the Australian internet filtering scheme, Telstra's latest data breach, and Virgin Mobile's 4G pricing
Vodafone's fixed-line broadband will get a major boost thanks to Deutsche Telekom's network.
The Singapore telco is looking at opportunities to roll out its Mio TV service beyond the local market, especially in countries where it has a geographic footprint through its associates.
The telco that said its privacy bungles 'must not happen again' has found itself apologising yet again after old customer data was found leaking into the public domain.
iiNet has today unveiled a range of 4G mobile fleet plans for businesses.