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Telco SIngtel Optus has launched its new low-cost mobile provider gomo with an offer of $1 for the first month for the first 5000 customers who sign up between 18 and 22 November. This will include 18GB of data.

Published in Mobility

Services at Boost Mobile appear to have gone on the blink, with attempts at purchasing a mobile SIM failing and the company blocking calls from an account that is paid up.

Published in Open Sauce

Australia’s second largest telco Optus has suffered an operating revenue decline of 2% to A$8,954 million for the full year to the end of March, despite higher NBN migration revenue offsetting lower equipment and service revenues.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 29 November 2011 15:36

Talk of mobile number scarcity greatly exaggerated

The ACMA yesterday released its proposals for major changes to all aspects of telephone numbering in both the short (12 month) and medium (five year) terms. It prompted a number of headlines warning of imminent exhaustion of mobile phone numbers, but that was not something of concern to the ACMA.

Published in Cornered!

Optus has formally launched its femtocell offering, first introduced as a commercial pilot with limited availability in April, under the name Optus 3G Home Zone.

Published in Mobility

Rather than having to take Optus to court the ACCC has used the new consumer protection laws to hit Optus with 27 penalties totalling $178,200 for making false and misleading representations in its advertisements for its 'Max Cap' plans. Optus says it eleccted to pay the fines, without admitting guilt, rather than contest the matter in court.

Published in Technology Regulation

NICTA spin-off Open Kernel Labs (OK Labs) has released a version of its microkernel mobile operating system that, it says, will enable devices to run mission-critical applications with guaranteed and mathematically proven security in parallel with the device's normal insecure applications.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 04 August 2010 11:26

New Zealand to regulate mobile termination charges

The New Zealand Government has decided to regulate mobile termination access rates - the prices mobile operators charge other telcos to deliver calls made to mobile numbers on their networks.

Published in Technology Regulation




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