Shield, expand, and capture will be the three initiatives that Optus will focus on to extend beyond being just a telecommunications company.
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New Zealand-based Spark has announced the rollout of home wireless broadband that will rely on its 4G cellular network.
Ursys plans to use Optus' existing satellite capacity, including the D2 satellite and teleport facilities in Belrose, Sydney, to service Australia's remote and rural regions.
ZipTel has completed the reverse takeover of Skywards and is now able to focus on growing its AussieSim brand and prepare for the launch of its ZipT app.
iiNet's on-demand service TV with Fetch is no longer available for purchase on the company's website.
Vodafone will be drawing from the low-band 850MHz spectrum holding that currents supports its 3G network to boost its 4G network coverage to aim at covering 95 percent of Australia's metropolitan population by the end of the year.
Two new directors have joined the iiNet board of directors, following the recent departures of Simon Hackett and Paul Broad.
Singapore telco Singtel has reported that net profit rose 5.3 percent year on year, despite a 13 percent decline in the Australian currency.
iiNet's acting CEO and chief financial officer David Buckingham is looking to be a likely replacement for Michael Malone who today resigned from his CEO position.
Vodafone is adding a total of 26 new sites in the New England region, of which 18 will fall under the government's mobile blackspot program and the other eight will be of the company's own funding.