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The move to a multi-technology mix for the National Broadband Network means that Telstra's structural separation should be reviewed, according to Optus' head of regulatory and corporate affairs David Epstein.
A new agreement will give Telstra access to India's Tata Communications' 116 points of presence, extending the Australian telco's reach to tier-2 and tier-3 Indian cities.
Vodafone Australia has switched on its 4G mobile network in Adelaide's CBD and suburbs, with the telco saying that the low-band 850MHz network would improve customers' indoor coverage.
The federal government has released details of the 6,000 mobile blackspots across Australia as identified by the public.
Telstra has bought back more than 217.4 million shares from shareholders in an AU$1 billion share buyback.
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The carrier formed from the two companies will serve some 47 million mobile customers in Germany.
Australia's peak body for non-dominant telcos has slammed Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull's inquiry into the national broadband landscape, dismissing its findings as 'rehashed, discredited theoretical arguments'.
Twelve Australian telcos have been served directions notices by the ACMA for failing to comply with the Telecommunications Consumer Protections Code lodgement scheme.
China Huaxin acquires the French telecoms equipment maker's enterprise business for 202 million euros (US$255.58 million), sealing a deal that it had begun negotiating earlier this year.
NBN Co's different technology types should be split into separate companies with large parts sold off, the government-commissioned panel looking into Australia's broadband has argued.
NBN Co's updated product road map released today outlines plans to introduce fibre-to-the-basement and fibre-to-the-node commercial products in 2015.
Zen Telecom has been fined AU$225,000 for misleading customers by claiming it is associated with Telstra.
Australian ISPs iiNet and Dodo have been warned by the industry regulator to comply with direct debit authorisations.
Telstra's free trial of national Wi-Fi out to 1,000 sites by the end of this year will be on an unsecured public Wi-Fi network that will be less safe than the one the company ultimately brings in.