Optus has signed a five-year agreement with not-for-profit group Church Resources to deliver a large range of telephony and data services.
Optus has sealed a seven-year managed-services deal with the Suncorp Group to manage the Queensland-based company’s ICT services.
Internode has become the first company accredited to offer PSTN-like services over the National Broadband Network and says it plans a large scale trial of these services in the latest first release site to be connected, Willunga in South Australia.
What are these guys selling?A mobile phone or a mobile camera?
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