Telstra Australia's largest telecommunications and media company. Starting out as a government department, Telstra is now fully privatised.
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Telstra has argued that competition for telecommunications services for government and corporations is strong enough without the need for further regulation.
As if a slowdown in the NBN rollout weren't problem enough, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull's NBN Co has been hit by lawsuits, subcontractor chest beating, and protracted timeframes for its Telstra renegotiations. Has he already lost his grip on the NBN?
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has indicated that Visionstream asking for more money for NBN fibre network construction in Tasmania could be grounds for breaking the contract.
Claims that Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has 'stalled' the NBN after the election are inaccurate, according to NBN Co, which is laying the blame for the post-election slowdown on the asbestos issue.
Ahead of renegotiations over the AU$11 billion deal, Telstra is suing NBN Co over the perceived value of the agreement.
Telstra has conducted a world-first trial of LTE-Broadcast, which the company says can be used to reduce congestion on the network when software updates are pushed out.
The chairman of both Suncorp and NBN Co, Ziggy Switkowski, has said that he will stay the chairman of Suncorp despite his new responsibilities at NBN Co.
Telstra CEO David Thodey has again talked up the value of the copper network as the company begins to lay out what it wants out of a renegotiated deal with NBN Co.
The TIO fielded 25 percent fewer complaints about Vodafone in the 2012-13 financial year, but the troubled telco still got more complaints than Telstra and Optus put together.
Tiny Kogan Mobile generated over 800 Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) complaints but mobile-related overall declined by 25% in 2012-13, "cautiously optimistic" ombudsman reveals.
Telecommunications customers complained about problems with their landline Internet services at an increasing rate during 2012-2013, new TIO statistics reveal, while NBN complaints were few and far between.
Telstra's Kate McKenzie has received a promotion to chief operations officer as part of a reshuffle of the company's executive team and business divisions.
The new ISP offers 70GB and 250GB plans for residents of metropolitan NSW in select locations.
The lines between corporations and startups continue to blur, with one renowned startup advocate taking on a position within Telstra.
Vodafone believes its 3G and 4G networks outpace those of its rivals, but given how badly it has performed in the past, its CEO doesn't believe it's right to brag about it to its customers.