The telecom industry is evolving, but dominated by giants.
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Organizers of the annual CommunicAsia tradeshow say new "Techzones" this year will feature trending technologies including apps development, next-generation connected services, and e-government.
The telco plans to upgrade its communications network and create 25,000 jobs over the next five years, funded by proceeds from the sales of its assets.
In light of a rival bid from Dish Network for U.S. carrier Sprint, the Japanese telco is in talks to possibly buy Deutsche Telekom's stake in T-Mobile as a "Plan B".
The carriers are called on to cooperate to drop rates and reduce marketing spend to avoid "overheated" competition, to reduce the financial burden on households.
World largest telco by subscriber develops app which enables overseas customers to make free or low cost calls to mobile phones and landlines, with rates lower than Skype.
Telstra and Vodafone saw rises in the number of complaints to the TIO, while Optus has noted a sharp decrease in the number of complaints it has received.
The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman has reported a significant rise in customers complaining about dodgy fixed line services and mobile services but has lacked the resources to address those complaints
Despite raising tariffs to improve their margins, the country's 10 telcos are expected to see consolidation over the next year, according to TRAI chairman.
According to the country's deputy minister for Communications and IT, fees are set to dip and Internet access may even be free of charge initially, especially for rural areas.
New South Wales Police has charged three people for 182 alleged claims of fraudulently obtaining mobile phones and tablets.
One of the peculiarities of the Canadian telecommunications sector is set to end: The dreaded three-year contract.
Flurry of tie-ups and trials suggest 4G could be the current focus for Indian operators, and innovative services such as voice-over-LTE and cheaper LTE-enabled handsets hold the key to India's 4G success.
As foreshadowed last week, Optus has gone ahead with plans to remove bill shock on mobile broadband plans.
Several hundred thousand customers still on the legacy 3 mobile service will need to switch in the next three months before Vodafone retires the brand completely.
As the Federal Government gets Telstra to agree to full responsibility to deal with asbestos material in pits and ducts, the Queensland government has claimed to uncover three asbestos-related safety breaches.