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BT, Cisco collaboration boosts digital transformation UK telco BT is collaborating with networking giant Cisco to deliver a new service that allows teams to work together more intuitively and productively regardless…
Optus announces another $10m mobile coverage boost Australia's second biggest telco Optus has announced an investment of $7 million to improve mobile coverage in and around Busselton, Margaret River and Bunbury.
Inmarsat launches satellite for European Aviation Network Inmarsat has successfully launched its S-band satellite for the European Aviation Network on an Arianespace Ariane 5 rocket from Kourou in French Guiana.  
Optus boosting mobile coverage with $7.5 million investment in SA Optus has committed $7.6 million to mobile coverage on its 4G Plus network along the Fleurieu Peninsula and on Kangaroo Island South Australia.
Optus hits out at VHA over mobile roaming regulation Optus has disputed suggestions that regulation of mobile roaming services in Australia might lead to price reductions for consumers and has taken a swipe at…
TPG Capital, founder said to be looking at Vocus takeover TPG Capital may team up with Vocus founder James Spenceley to examine a takeover of the communications company in the event that the equity firm's…
TelSoc has 21st century makeover, rebranding The winds of change are sweeping through the Telecommunications Association (TelSoc), with the 143 year-old industry group giving itself a makeover, with a new logo,…
MyNetFone launches crisis management portal for government, utilities Hosted voice and data communications services provider MyNetFone has launched a new solution designed to help government agencies and utilities intelligently manage and disperse unpredictable…
A rigger upgrading the Spark Queenstown Central mobile tower to 4.5G New Zealand telco Spark has switched on 4.5G in the iconic tourist spot of Queenstown, with the town becoming the first in the country to…

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