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In the increasingly competitive telecommunications and broader communications market, VoIP provider MyNetFone is enticing customers with the offer to SMBs of a free service to analyse their communications needs and how to take advantage of the National Broadband Network.

Tuesday, 04 October 2016 15:16

MNF secures 4G mobile deal wth Telstra Wholesale

VoIP and cloud telecommunications services provider MNF Group has inked a virtual mobile network deal with Telstra Wholesale to begin offering mobile services across 3G and 4G networks on its Symbio platform.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

VoIP wholesale service provider Telnyx has partnered with global data centre operator Equinix to expand Telnyx’s high-performance platform to Europe and Asia.

Published in Data Centres
Monday, 02 November 2015 23:02

MyNetFone changes corporate name

VOIP network provider MyNetFone has changed its corporate name from MyNetFone Limited to MNF Group Limited.

Published in Strategy

The take up of VoIP services in Australia has risen significantly over recent years, with more than 5 million adult Aussies now using a VoIP service.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 11 September 2014 15:50

Planet Tel acquires ISPhone to further market growth

ICT services provider Planet Tel Group has acquired ISPhone, a privately held wholesale provider of phone systems and ICT solutions in Australia.

Published in Strategy

Listed wholesale telecommunications products and services provider Inabox Group has moved to position itself as an ICT services company with the appointment of former iVox CEO Michael Clarke as Chief Technology Officer.

Published in People Moves

Listed telecommunications products and services wholesaler, Inabox Group, is to acquire Brisbane-based cloud and VOIP provider Neural Networks Data Services in a deal which the company says will provide immediate and long-term benefits to its business.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 24 November 2009 10:34

SMEs moving slowly but surely to UC solutions

Many of Australia’s SMEs are moving slowly towards adopting a range of Unified Communications (UC) applications and are likely to consider new cloud-based offerings, while some are considering deploying IP telephony using a service provider’s hosted solution in the next two years.

Published in Market
Trans-Tasman VOIP services provider, gotalk, has disputed what it says is competitor Engin’s claim to “have the best offer on the market”, and today launched its own “improved range” of new VOIP plans in an attempt to get customers to change service providers.

Monday, 07 September 2009 12:51

Symbio Networks expands into Asian region

Australian managed VOIP services and network provider, Symbio Networks, has expanded into the Asian region with regulatory approval for the deployment of its Point of Presence (POP) service into Singapore, offering live services from next month.

Published in Market




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