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Telstra's case against Optus using a map of Australia in its coverage ad comes shortly after Telstra already had a similar representation in an ad for its 4G network.
Telstra is seeking a court injunction against Optus for ads claiming that the SingTel company's network is close to the same size as Telstra's mobile network.
A gym-equipped workspace, AU$40,000, and access to Telstra experts are among the benefits selected startups will receive.
Ahead of the 700MHz 4G spectrum release in 2015, Telstra has conducted a small test of 4G in the spectrum band using a yet-to-be-released HTC smartphone.
Telstra has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Telekom Indonesia to provide network applications and services in South East Asia.
The Australia-wide Emergency Alert system will be arriving on Telstra's 4G network after it signed an agreement with the Victorian government.
Telstra caps bills for mobile calls at AU$130 per month, but lags behind Optus and Vodafone in cracking down on bill shock.
Telstra is expanding its growing network services portfolio with the addition of Melbourne-based O2 networks, in a deal believed to be worth AU$60 million.
Telstra will upgrade the capacity on a number of its long subsea cables, with US-based optics company Infinera.
Telstra has appointed ex-Motorola China president Ruey-Bin Kao as the CEO of Telstra Greater China.
Telstra is keen to see some reporting laws be repealed as part of the Australian government's 'repeal day' planned for March.
A former Telstra CEO once dismissed the threat of Google on Sensis as just 'Google, schmoogle'; now, the company is selling off its majority stake in the directories business for close to 5 percent of its value just nine years ago.
Telstra will sell the majority of its directory business Sensis, but has committed to continuing to provide the White Pages directory.
The ACMA proves to be a hard marker, with Telstra copping an AU$510,000 fine for missing two of nine benchmarks by approximately 1 percent each.
The competition watchdog has told Telstra that it will need to cut down the length of time it takes to inform retailers of an incoming service disruption for customers transferring over to the NBN.