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China Mobile expands global business with Japan office China Mobile's wholly-owned subsidiary China Mobile International has opened an office in Japan as part of its "big connectivity" strategy and stated ambition to globalise…
NZ’s Chorus testing Nokia’s wavelength services New Zealand’s largest telecommunications infrastructure provider, Chorus has signed up to test Nokia’s network wavelength services solution for on-demand assurance and fulfilment of Layer 1…
BT Group on path to sustainable long-term growth, says GlobalData UK telecommunications services provider BT Group’s restructuring and cost-cutting is a means to drive sustainable long-term growth and to reverse the downward trend in earnings,…
Optus lifts profits, boosts mobile subscribers and broadband customers Optus has increased its full-year profits to $817 million and boosted customer ranks over the last 12 months with the addition of 384,000 new mobile…
More, but less, as IT & telecoms professionals' salary prospects improve Many IT and telecommunications professionals are in line for salary increases with more than half the employers in the two sectors indicating they will consider a…
NBN, competition pressures negatively impact Telstra Telstra chief Andy Penn has flagged the telco is facing a difficult trading period ahead due to the “challenging dynamics” of the rollout of the…
NZ regulator seeks funding for fibre regulation New Zealand’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, is looking for feedback from the telecommunications sector on the funding for its plan to implement new regulation…
Gold Coast now one of most digitally connected cities: Optus Optus says its network infrastructure deployed on the Gold Coast for the recent Commonwealth Games makes the city one of Australia’s most digitally connected cities,…

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