It's been a long road to the closure of Telstra's CDMA network. ZDNet.com.au takes a look back at how it all happened.
By Jo Best
| April 24, 2008 -- 00:33 GMT (17:33 PDT)
| Topic: Telcos
Digital Health and Wellness
Fitbit's second act: Can the original fitness band maker stage a comeback with healthcare?
Doctor, developer: The NHS plan to create a new generation of high-tech healthcare experts
Doctor apps vs the NHS: Are virtual GPs kill or cure for the health service?
From pagers and paper to AI and IoT: Can the NHS' technology transformation plan really succeed?
Telstra and Optus complaints jump: Comms Alliance
Spark copper voice services to be deregulated across New Zealand
There is enough competition for New Zealand to deregulate copper voice services, the Commerce Commission has decided.
Microsoft: FCC massively overstating how many Americans have broadband access
US has "no accurate, comprehensive, and public estimate of broadband coverage", Microsoft tells lawmakers.
Telstra CEO defends call to block sites showing terrorist attack videos
Andy Penn says he would make the same decision again, and welcomes abhorrent streaming laws.
ACCC questions fairness of NBN basic pricing
With the gap between basic 12Mbps plans and 50Mbps plans closing, the ACCC questions the fairness of NBN plans compared to existing ADSL plans.
South Korea's 5G goes live earlier than scheduled to claim 'world's first' title
5G networks are now live in South Korea.
KT launches unlimited 5G data plan with no speed cap
Telstra ditching Thanks scheme for Plus rewards store
Details are scant for the new program, and business customers need not apply.
Korean telcos use Galaxy S10 pre-orders to compete for initial 5G subscribers