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Optus delivers Bluetooth-connected app for Perth stadium Australia’s second largest telco Optus has installed more than 1200 Bluetooth beacons inside Perth’s Optus Stadium which will deliver visitors a newly enhanced stadium app.
India's richest man to launch fibre broadband service on 15 August India will have a new fibre broadband service across 1100 cities from 15 August, with Mukesh Ambani, the country's richest man and owner of Reliance…
Spark in hot water over customer billing issues New Zealand’s largest telco Spark has been charged with making false or misleading representations over its billing procedures and offering $100 to new customers.
NZ decides to retain power to regulate mobile roaming The New Zealand Commerce Commission has taken a preliminary decision to retain the power to regulate mobile roaming in the country, in the event that…
Intel halts 5G modem work after Apple decides not to use it Apple has reportedly notified processor giant Intel that it will not be using the latter's 5G modems in its 2020 mobile devices, leading to a…
Sprint's Huawei links may affect attempt to merge with T-Mobile US politicians want the government to investigate the somewhat tenuous links between telco Sprint and Chinese company Huawei as it considers a proposed merger between…
Luke Clifton and Paul Tyler at Thursday's signing ceremony. Macquarie Telecom has inked a six-year agreement with NBN Co to provide telecommunications and data services to businesses over Australia's national broadband network, the NBN.
MNF Group CEO Rene Sugo Telecommunications services provider MNF Group has signed on as the title sponsor for the 2018 ACOMM Awards which recognise excellence in the Australian telecoms sector.

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