Jo Best

Jo Best has been covering IT for over a decade for publications including silicon.com, Guardian Government Computing, and ZDNet in both London and Sydney. As a freelance writer and full-time student, Jo has an interest in health, mobile, and emerging tech.

Jo Best has nothing to disclose but her love of vegan cake. She holds no shares and has no business relationships with any of the companies she writes about.

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Telstra CDMA switch-off set for 28 April: Conroy

Telstra CDMA switch-off set for 28 April: Conroy

Broadband Minister Stephen Conroy has hinted that Telstra could be given the formal go ahead to close its CDMA network on 28 April, after Telstra confirmed its plan to address the government's criticisms over the replacement Next G network.

February 25, 2008 by in Telcos

Telstra's spending on IT doubles to AU$634m

Telstra's spending on IT doubles to AU$634m

Telstra has confirmed it's on track to complete the first phase of its technology overhaul by the end of June, and revealed the transformation has caused a AU$328 million spike in IT costs for the last six months of 2007.

February 20, 2008 by in Telcos

Telstra hunts down Next G dropouts

Telstra hunts down Next G dropouts

In the latest endeavour to encourage its remaining CDMA users to move to Next G, Telstra will be contacting users experiencing a number of dropouts on its 3G network to try and solve their problems.

February 3, 2008 by in Telcos