Telstra and Kogan have traded pot-shots over the ‘failure’ of Kogan Mobile during the ispONE era.
Listed VoIP provider My Net Fone has announced it will buy iBoss, which was part of the failed ispONE group before being acquired by Vocus.
Over 10,000 over 55s have had an anxious wait to find out if their phone services will be restored, and whether they will be able to keep their phone numbers. They still don’t know.
The loss of its iBOSS, AsiaPAC and One Telecom subsidiaries has sent parent company CONEC2 broke. The company has been placed in administration.
The web of interconnected networks and corporate structures surrounding the companies Vocus acquired from CONEC2 is so tangled services cannot be resumed.
The businesses and customers of iBOSS International and One Telecom, including the ONEseniors customers, have been acquired by the Vocus Communications group.
The company that acquired the assets of failed telco ispONE last year has itself gone broke, leaving thousands of customers in the lurch.
Melbourne telco CONEC2 has acquired the remnants of ispONE, which folded recently after losing a very public battle with Telstra.
The fallout from ispONE’s demise continues. Industry group Communications Alliance says it is here to help.
ispONE has called in the administrators, unable to continue its battle with Telstra. Kogan and Aldi customers now have to find somewhere to go. Optus has a special deal for them.
The ugly stand-off between wholesaler ispONE and Telstra continues.The court battle has extended into a third day
There is still no resolution to the standoff between ispONE and Telstra, but meanwhile ispONE is preparing for a life hereafter.
ispONE filed an ‘urgent’ application with the Federal Court yesterday to restrain Telstra from terminating the supply of prepaid mobile services. It has been granted an injunction.
There's been a most unseemly stoush between Telstra and Vodafone in recent days over who has the fastest LTE (aka 4G) network. Pity, then, that Telstra and its MVNO partners are not upfront about the third rate 3G offering Telstra makes available to MVNOs.
Online discount retailer, Kogan, has announced prices for its prepaid mobile packages are rising by as much as 50%, giving customers just two days notice.
After facing scrutiny for jumping the gun yesterday Kogan has been vindicated after the official judgement showed a big court win for the online retailer.
Provocative e-retailer Kogan has potentially jumped the gun in its claim against Telstra reseller ispONE, sending out a press release declaring victory before a judgement had been handed down.
Telstra Wholesale has launched a prepaid 3G offering naming existing reseller ispONE as its first wholesale customer.
Wholesale aggregation services vendor, ispONE, is looking to expand its presence in the rapidly growing mobile virtual network operator' (MVNO) market in Australia, appointing a new head of sales of its dedicated mobile division.
ispONE, a provider of white-labelled Internet access and telephone services to 'virtual' ISPs, has become an NBN Co certified service provider and claims to be the first dedicated to providing wholesale services.
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