Applications for the Australian Government’s $53 million Regional Connectivity Program funding are now open, with the program aimed at providing targeted investment in local telecommunications infrastructure projects.
Despite significant impacts on telecommunications services and infrastructure - including the impact of the COVID-19 crisis - telco customer satisfaction has remained steady over the past three quarters, according to a new survey published by Australian telecommunications industry peak body, Communications Alliance.
The Australian Government has set out its policy objectives for the allocation of two spectrum bands as part of its program to support the delivery of “world class” telecommunications services nationally.
New Zealand’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission has released its draft determination on how much 16 telecommunications providers will each pay towards the Government’s $50 million Telecommunications Development Levy(TDL) for 2018/19.
New Zealand’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, has issued Internet provider MyRepublic with a formal warning after it failed to meet its statutory obligations to provide information needed by the Commission to allocate the Telecommunications Development Levy.
Australian battery company Redflow has shipped zinc-bromine flow batteries made at its new factory in Thailand to Fiji for use in a local digital television network.
Nokia has inked a three-year renewal of its managed services agreement with Chorus, New Zealand's largest telecommunications infrastructure company.
New Zealand's largest telecommunications infrastructure provider, Chorus, and Nokia have inked a three-year extension to their technology partnership to facilitate further investment in New Zealand’s ultra high speed broadband program.
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