The Spanish telco is paying hundreds of millions of euros to gain a bigger stake in of one Telecom Italia's major shareholders.
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After reports that the government is considering forcing Telstra to keep its CDMA network open against the telco's will, Telstra is now offering unconvinced politicians a chance to tour its Next G network.
Telstra has rediscovered up to 150 lost systems as it continues to revamp its IT and reduce the number of platforms it uses.
Telstra's battle with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) over the cost of access to its network could come to an early end, the telco has revealed.Telstra has now had its constitutional challenge to the ACCC's "compulsory acquisition" of the ULL (unbundled local loop) referred to the High Court for early determination, according to the company.
Using Windows Mobile 5.0 platform, 3G-compatible device will be offered in U.K. this year by Vodafone.
Company's experience with the service, already launched in U.S., could have influenced its decision, analyst says.
Company plans to set up its first phone-vending machines, targeted in part to tourists, in Manchester, United Kingdom.
This week has seen both Telstra and O2 in the UK ditch NTT DoCoMo's i-mode mobile content service after adopting it for just two years. Is this a good sign or a bad sign for the Internet on mobiles?
With the expert taskforce on Australia's fibre-to-the-node rollout newly convened, the government has now set out the rules on how the group must make their decision.Under the new guidelines, the taskforce will have to determine the timetable for the fibre-to-the-node deployment, which will provide Australia with high speed broadband in urban areas.
Telecom New Zealand has plucked its new CEO from the upper echelons of the UK's biggest telco, BT.Paul Reynolds, former head of BT Wholesale, which resells access to other ISPs as well as BT's retail arm, will take up his position from the end of September this year.