Telstra has completed its acquisition of a 51.4% interest in Fetch TV.
A new research report has found that many Australians believe the National Broadband Network (NBN) plans being offered by retail service providers are not worth paying extra money for.
Perth based ISP iiNet, currently the subject of a takeover bid, has had the passwords of its Westnet subsidiary stolen and offered for sale.
Optus has switched on its first 4G towers in Surfers Paradise and in Brisbane's CBD.
The acquisition of Internode by iiNet has been followed by a gradual integration. The latest step is the merging of iiNet's 3FL into Internode's games.on.net game site.
Eftel (ASX: EFT) is to acquire the assets of Western Australia based ISP West Australian Networks, which operates under the domain www.westnet.net.au: confusingly similar to that of iiNet's Westnet subsidiary.
DSL broadband provider, iiNet, has released details of its switch to 'anytime quota' on selected plans, which it says will give its customers the flexibility to travel the Internet without the worry of managing their peak and off-peak quotas.
IPTV provider FetchTV has added a Cantonese pack to its range of options.
iiNet and its group of subsidiary companies, including Westnet, Netspace, AAPT, Internode and TransACT, have announced a relief package for customers affected by the recent flooding in areas of New South Wales.
Using a smartphone to control your set top box or PVR is all the rage. Now fetchtv is joining in with iPhone and Android apps to control its box.
iiNet subsidiary Westnet has installed its own DSLAM in the Kalgoorlie telephone exchange, enabling it to offer on-net rather than resold ADSL2+ services to 8400 Kalgoorlie households.
The fetchtv IPTV service is now available from another Australian ISP. Westnet has announced it will offer the service to its customers as an add-on.
A new 426 kilometre Government built fibre-optic cable linking Geraldton to Perth has given the central west coast city of almost 40,000 people access to the same quality of broadband available in Australian capitals. iiNet subsidiary Westnet has launched a new network off the back of the link at an event today attended by Westnet and iiNet CEO Michael Malone and his sometime adversary Broadband Minister Stephen Conroy.
Westnet and its parent iiNet have spent $5 million expanding their ADSL2+ network in Western Australia and New South Wales.
iiNet has reported a good set of results for the year to 30 June 2010, with revenue, EBITDA and NPAT all up substantially on the previous year.
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