Come next bushfire season, Telstra mobile subscribers may be the only ones to receive location-based disaster alerts when the service rolls out, as negotiations with Optus and Vodafone are ongoing.
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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.
Kogan is due to meet ISPOne head on in court following the 'unauthorised' disconnection of Kogan Mobile customers.
Independent telecommunications provider M2 Telecommunications has selected Geoff Horth, its current chief operating officer, to take over the role of founding CEO and managing director Vaughan Bowen.
Optus has begun to offer 4G services in Brisbane and Surfers Paradise, providing Queenslanders with an alternative to Telstra's network.
Optus is targeting small and medium businesses (SMBs) that are worried about mobile data theft and malware by teaming up with F-Secure to release OfficeApps Mobile Security product.
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.
Huawei Australia has exceeded staff growth expectations for the year, confirming that it now employs over 700 staff in five local offices.
Primus Australia has introduced Optical Transport Network (OTN) capabilities to its existing fibre network in Australia, completing the first stage of its Metro Fibre project which spans the top five capital cities in the country.
Red Bull will take its first step into the mobile market, with the company planning to launch a virtual mobile network on the back of Vodafone's 3G network.