Telstra says it has fixed the issue affecting the 4G voice call capability of its network, blaming an upgrade it made which was reversed to solve the issue, but wasn't very good at communicating this to the media directly.
Earlier today, Telstra announced that "some" of its customers "experienced an issue with Apple iMessage and FaceTime", but has since announced the problem has been fixed.
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