Former NSW Premier Kristina Keneally becomes Shadow Home Affairs minister in Albanese opposition.
Vodafone Australia is sitting around the level of Aussie Broadband and MyRepublic in the latest ACCC Wholesale Market Indicators Report.
TPG still delivers on its download speed promises the most often, while Exetel won on upload speeds, Telstra on latency, and Optus on the highest number of daily outages, according to the fifth ACCC report.
TPG, Aussie Broadband, MyRepublic, Foxtel, Activ8me, Exetel, Dodo, Skymesh, Southern Phone, Spintel, and V4 Telecom have been formally warned to provide accurate information on priority assistance services.
For the first nine months of FY19, NBN has reported AU$2 billion in revenue and negative AU$808 million in EBITDA.
The NetComm acquisition vote by shareholders will take place next month after receiving the green light from the Federal Court, and following an independent assessment recommending it take place.
An unsolicited offer of AU$1.95 per share has seen Superloop give QIC Private Capital three weeks to conduct due diligence.
A quarterly complaints report from Comms Alliance and the TIO has found that complaints jumped across Optus and Telstra, and rose slightly for Vodafone during the first three months of the year.
Overall complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman are back to 2016 numbers, sitting at 61,000 made between July 1 and December 31, 2018.
Liberal party may crow that its version of the NBN won out, but that's because it oversaw the network for most of its life.
With the gap between basic 12Mbps plans and 50Mbps plans closing, the ACCC questions the fairness of NBN plans compared to existing ADSL plans.
A Shorten Labor government would direct NBN to fix in-home cabling for copper connections for free.
Fibre-to-the-node and HFC lead the way in complaints for year to July 2018.
It is well on the way to hitting the 40,000km milestone of being able to circle the planet at the equator.
The subsidy charge to help fund the NBN’s loss-making satellite and fixed-wireless regional networks has been reduced from AU$10 to AU$7.10 a month.
Nokia has told ZDNet that it is providing its open-source cloud-based Altiplano software-defined access network solutions to NBN's fibre-to-the-curb network for better managing consumer experience. Read more: https://zd.net/2nEvtKe
Kogan Mobile has said it is 'one of the fastest-growing telcos in Australian history' as gross profit rises to the AU$3.5m-per-quarter mark. Read more: https://zd.net/2HjiZQB
Macquarie Telecom group executive Luke Clifton has welcomed news of rising consumer complaints statistics as it reveals practices being used within the telco industry 'are not working'. Read more: https://zd.net/2H7hc11
Speaking to Senate Estimates on Tuesday, NBN's soon-to-depart CEO Bill Morrow said the company has no plans, nor any strategic discussions, to offer a mobile service off the back of its 5G spectrum holdings. Read more: https://zd.net/2Hae4oc
NBN retailers are delivering up to 90 percent of their speed tier promises during peak hours, the fixed-line broadband speed monitoring report by the ACCC has found. Read more: https://zd.net/2pNlKD3
NetComm Wireless has announced the 'world's fastest' fixed-wireless outdoor device, which will allow speeds of up to 1Gbps and will be used for NBN customers later this year.