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.
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A number of Kogan customers have found themselves with no data services, after a glitch in one of Telstra's platforms meant that accounts recharged over the weekend did not include data allowance.
Optus is changing from a network and telco company only to become more of a complete ICT organisation under a new structure change.
Kogan is due to meet ISPOne head on in court following the 'unauthorised' disconnection of Kogan Mobile customers.
One of Huawei's partners appeared to have been setting up proposals for Iranians to buy HP equipment, despite US sanctions that ban the export of computer equipment to Iran.
Optus has begun to offer 4G services in Brisbane and Surfers Paradise, providing Queenslanders with an alternative to Telstra's network.
Responding to claims that lives will be put at risk over the decision to provide only half the requested emergency spectrum, ACMA has revealed that it actually provides more than double the projected capacity.
Although public safety agencies have said they need 20MHz of spectrum in the 800MHz band, they have only been given 10MHz, as it is thought that the extra spectrum would be "under-used."
Optus will begin alerting its customers about how much of their allowance they have used in an effort to prevent bill shock.
Australian travellers may soon be informed of what mobile roaming charges they are being subjected to when overseas under a new standard that the ACMA has been tasked with creating.