The telecom industry is evolving, but dominated by giants.
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Telstra has confirmed it is conducting lab tests of technology that would allow voice calls to be carried over its 4G LTE network.
Singapore's fiber broadband network builder has been slapped with its biggest fine ever for failing to meet its Quality of Service standards and breaching its Universal Service Obligation in the first half of 2013.
As part of a push back into the wireless broadband market, Optus is planning a trial of fixed 4G broadband services that could replace ADSL2.
Sir Robert Rogers has given evidence that communications metadata is treated the same as content when questions of Parliamentary privilege arise.
Singapore's no. 2 telco will offer an "unlimited" WeChat bundle for prepaid customers, going up against market leader SingTel in the OTT space which has a similar plan with messenging platform WhatsApp.
iiNet founder and CEO, Michael Malone, will be taking a six month sabbatical from the company that he started 20 years ago.
The Australian government is considering its options as the NBN Co interim satellite service reaches capacity.
Even though 70 percent of India's population live in rural areas, telcos are still focused on providing services and products to urban areas instead.
Telstra's managing director of wholesale, Stuart Lee, has defended the company's copper network, stating that Telstra has replaced parts of the network when required.
New trans-Pacific cable moves a step closer after inking a deal to land its cable and for backhaul.
The New Zealand government has called on services firm Ernst & Young to assess the impact of the NZ regulator's copper pricing decision on wholesale operator Chorus.
A new player could enter by April 2015 if its license application is approved, promising lower mobile tariffs across the country by as much as 60 percent.
With India already having some of the lowest tariffs in the world for both voice and data, competition is about to pick up as 3G rates have been slashed to 2G rates, benefiting subscribers all over.
Following the competition regulator's nod of approval, NBN Co will begin incorporating TransACT's Canberra fibre network into its own over the next nine months.
The telco is back to working on an alternative after its "all-in-one communications app", LoopMe, was scrapped following legal complications in Israel ahead of its scheduled launch this month.