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The ACCC has imposed a requirement on Telstra to give reasons when it refuses to allow competitors to install DSLAM equipment in Telstra exchanges so they can deliver broadband over their own networks.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 09 July 2008 14:29

Naked DSL driving herd of consumers to VoIP: IDC

The movement from traditional voice telephony to Internet based VoIP services in homes is picking up steam, driven by the emergence of Naked DSL, according to a new report.

Published in Market
In what must be a worrying sign for Telstra's traditional voice telephony business, naked DSL is proving to be a smash hit for Australia's third largest ISP iiNet and its customers. iiNet claims it has signed up more than 25,000 households in six months, and that two-thirds say they're saving at least $20 per month on Internet and phone charges.

Published in Market




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