Australian-listed communications software and cloud infrastructure provider MNF Group has continued to grow recurring revenue on the back of “strong demand” from long-term customers in its global wholesale business.
Australia is in the midst of an unprecedented shift of people from major cities to the regions, sparked by the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, but made possible by a new level of digital connectivity.
Aussie Broadband is the company that offers "bloody good broadband", so when we looked at its half year results, we thought they were bloody good, too!
NBN Co has released its “Pricing Review 2021 Consultation Paper 1”, which the company says “seeks to deliver value, certainty and simplicity to the telecommunication industry and customers.”
Phil Britt is the CEO and MD of Aussie Broadband, which just listed on the ASX, won a major customer service award, gained its first customer on its new Metro Melbourne fibre network, with Britt also winning the ACOMMS Communications Ambassador Award for 2020, and he joined iTWireTV via Zoom for a good all-round chat.
UK-based cloud contact centre provider MaxContact has expanded its Australian channel partner program with the appointment of Melbourne-headquartered cloud, voice and data services wholesaler CommsChannel as a managed services partner.
Optus has announced it is rolling out to its wholesale post-paid partners the ability to enable and purchase services from Optus to offer 5G Home Broadband to their customers.
Optus has announced it is offering its wholesale partners — Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) — using its mobile network, voice over LTE and Wi-Fi calling across its 4G mobile network.
Australian-listed telecommunications provider Vonex is to acquire wholesale data solutions provider 2SG.
Competition by wholesale access seekers to connect to the National Broadband Network is heating up, with at least nine wholesalers now connecting directly to the NBN and with over 6.1 million residential broadband services being delivered by the NBN across Australia.
Australia’s competition regulator the ACCC says it has given price certainty for legacy wholesale telecommunications services with its decision to maintain existing price and non-price terms until 30 June 2024 for seven declared, or regulated, fixed line services.
New Zealand mobile consumers are benefitting from an increasingly competitive market environment and the established presence of three independent national network-based providers, according to the country’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission.
The entry of smaller Retail Service Providers in the NBN wholesale market has put a slight dent in Telstra’s dominance of the market, with the big telco retaining its dominant position despite the RSPs increasing their collective share from 6.8% to 7.1%.
Australian-listed telecommunications software and services provider MNF Group is set to acquire managed IT cloud and telecommunications services company Inabox Group in a deal valued at between $30.5 million and $33.5 million.
Residential broadband customers "continue to shift to higher speed NBN plans, with more than one third of all NBN services now on 50Mbps plans", according to the ACCC’s 10th quarterly Wholesale Market Indicators Report released today.
Europe has overtaken the Middle East as the "top destination for outbound traffic as subscribers take advantage of seamless LTE roaming".
The ACCC has announced "a public inquiry to determine whether NBN wholesale service standard levels are appropriate, and to consider whether regulation is necessary to improve customer experiences".
Although Exetel is the first Optus Wholesale customer to offer the "Home Wireless Broadband" router, the company clearly expects more of its MVNOs to offer such a service.
A new "capped" wholesale fee is "set to drive competition of nbn business products", according to Australia's flexible national broadband network builders.
Telstra continues to hold onto its position as Australia’s largest telecommunications company, with the latest report from the ACCC showing the telco dominates the National Broadband Network, acquiring 48% of the NBN’s wholesale access services in the June quarter, well ahead of its competitors.
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