Australia's biggest telco, Telstra has announced eSIM activation for all its MVNOs through Telstra Wholesale after a successful trial with two MVNO partners" in what is an Australian first in this space, with MVNOs to offer the service "in the next few months".
Huawei is leveraging its 4G SIM-enabled wearable Watch 2 and, with Aussie software company mCareWatch’s help, has produced a “healthcare solution that offers safety and security to the elderly and disabled, and peace of mind to their carers".
At long last, Mastercard and Transport NSW have launched the first Australian contactless ticketing payment using Mastercard’s contactless cards or smartphone mobile wallets.
The 5G momentum keeps accelerating, with Telstra and Ericsson partnering to test one of the world’s first — and Australia’s first — 5G radio test beds, in Melbourne.
Vertel has launched Phase 1 of its first National Tier III Digital Mobile network, bringing significant advances in comms for primary industries and essential services.
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