The Western Australian Internet Association and South Australian Internet Association have lauded the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's (ACCC) recommendation on Telstra's Line Sharing Service (LSS) monthly access charge.The ACCC last Friday rejected Telstra's proposed LSS access charge of AU$15 and instead recommended it range from AU$7 to AU$8.
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SINGAPORE -- Singapore Telecommunications Ltd subsidiary Singapore Telecom International has entered into a non-binding heads of agreement to purchase a 14.5 percent stake, or 108.
The findings of the study show that existing commercial cellular networks can provide coverage to drones up to 400 feet above the ground and support safe drone operation in real-world environments.
All four telcos hit with enforceable undertakings by ACMA, but Telstra says the shutdown of Indian outsourced offices has impacted its compliance efforts.
The Australian Communications Authority (ACA) is proposing to monitor and report on provision of telecommunications services to remote indigenous communities.In the discussion paper, released by ACA acting chairman Bob Horton, the ACA is now asking for comments from indigenous communities, industry, representative bodies and interested parties about the proposal.
The Minister for Communications Information and the Arts, Daryl Williams, has moved to assure telecommunications companies and consumers that the Communications Legislation Amendment Bill will not violate individual privacy.The legislation will improve the arrangements for telecommunications carriers and carriage service providers to assist law enforcement agencies.
Stay up-to-date with ZDNet.com.au reporter Ben Grubb's live Twitter feed from the courtroom as the iiNet judgement is heard.
The judgement for the iiNet versus Australian Federation against Copyright Theft trial, or #iiTrial, is falling tomorrow. How concerned are you about the outcome?
Telefonica and Portugal Telecom announce a $10 billion joint venture inLatin America'slargest economy. What will this mean for Brazil and for the rest of theregion?
British Telecom is one of six companies to emerge with a German 3G licenceFriday in what is now officially the world's most expensivespectrum auction of new-generation mobile-phone licences, with total bids of roughly $46.14 billion.