Business cloud communications provider CommsChoice has launched new Hosted PBX plans for its Cloud Business Phone system that include handsets and soft phones for both pay as you go (PAYG) and unlimited call plans.
Australia’s second largest telco Optus has suffered an operating revenue decline of 2% to A$8,954 million for the full year to the end of March, despite higher NBN migration revenue offsetting lower equipment and service revenues.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has updated industry rules to help ensure people with specific communications needs – such as people with vision and hearing impairments – can find out whether particular phones support their requirements.
Regional users of Optus services are being offered three months free plan fees on selected new mobile services.
Mobile reseller Pennytel has started selling Nokia handsets.
Australia’s mobile services market will undergo significant change, with the advent of 5G driving price competition, according to a new report which estimates the number of 5G connections will reach more than 10 million by the end of FY2022. It also says at least one network operator will begin shutting down 3G services by 2020.
Despite a lot of 5G hype including 5G over Wi-Fi, some telcos ambitiously claiming 4.5-like services are 5G, and 5G trials, 2018 is not the true year of 5G, according to an analyst.
Mobile service provider Vaya has teamed up with peer-to-peer lending platform RateSetter to launch an online mobile phone shop.
There are billions of dollars’ worth of second hand, unused mobile handsets sitting in drawers and pockets across Australia, according to data released by eBay.
Spectralink Pivot mobile devices are now certified for use with Google Mobile Services.
Microsoft has once again taken the axe to its shrinking workforce, this time laying off another 2,100 employees as the company moves towards its target of cutting 18,000 staff, or about 14% of its workforce.
US telco giant Verizon is now the world’s most valuable telecoms brand, currently worth US$53.5 billion, following its acquisition last February of Vodafone’s 45% indirect interest in its Wireless subsidiary, according to a newly published report.
BlackBerry has not been realising the fruit of its labors for years now and its days of being a handset manufacturer might finally be numbered, with the beleagured company's CEO declaring that he will cease making devices if they can't turn a profit.
Apple is officially on the defensive, adding a new cheaper, lower capacity iPhone 5c to help take on fast-moving competition from Android and Windows Phone.
Australia's telcos are falling over themselves to sell Samsung's Galaxy S5, announcing pre-registrations without any concrete release or pricing information.
It's only a few short weeks until Microsoft fully acquires Nokia and more images have emerged of Normandy, the cheap Android phone that may never see the light of day.
HTC has announced the latest entry into its Desire series, this time coming exclusively to Telstra.
Telstra has returned serve after Optus’ dual-band 4G launch next week, saying its plans will be much faster and offer more capacity.
It's anyone's guess what Apple's next move will be, but the latest rumours are suggesting both an 'iPhone 5S' and 'iPhone lite' are on the way.
US carrier T-Mobile has announced its latest plans to shake up the mobile industry, allowing customers to upgrade their handsets as often as twice a year.
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