Telstra Australia's largest telecommunications and media company. Starting out as a government department, Telstra is now fully privatised.
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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.
Telstra will be the first telecommunications company in Australia targeted by ACA Lawyers for class action for charging its customers late fees.
Telstra is offering up the latest fruits of its long-term partnership with Cisco, this week launching its global cloud-based unified communications service.
Telstra has established a new subsidiary to drive its Global Applications and Platforms new and emerging technologies development business.
Ericsson will supply software-defined networking support to Australian telco giant Telstra as part of its continued optical network equipment and services contract.
Telstra will look to grow its already massive mobile customer base through adding devices, rather than individuals.
Telstra CEO David Thodey has indicated that through initial discussions with the Australian government he doesn't expect any mandatory data retention regime to be an issue for Telstra.
Telstra has reported an AU$4.7 billion profit for the 2013-2014 financial year as the company looks to buy back AU$1 billion in shares.
Telstra is establishing a point of presence at the Australian Securities Exchange financial markets datacentre, with the aim of offering low latency communications with other global financial centres.
Three Australian startups participating in Telstra’s inaugural muru-D accelerator program have secured initial funding by startup investing company, SYD Ventures.
The latest of the government's six inquiries into the National Broadband Network after close to a year since coming into power has confirmed its existing assumptions about the establishment of the NBN project.
Federal communication minister, Malcolm Turnbull, is urging the Australian competition watchdog to avoid making any decisions that could result in an NBN migration "price shock".
Telstra has announced a plan to shift 671 of its existing Australian jobs and contractor roles into Asia over the next 12 months, with the telco set to start moving the jobs offshore in September if the plan goes ahead.
You know the NBN is dead when not even the FttN haters bother to shellac Malcolm Turnbull's blogs. As Telstra reasserts control over the NBN and the Coalition government flounders, can we actually expect anything from the NBN anymore?