TPG Telecom is now Australia's second-biggest provider of fixed-line broadband and is increasingly putting the big two telcos — Telstra and Optus — under competitive market pressure, according to a new report.
The NSW Telco Authority has its first female chairperson, with board member and former Telstra executive Beth Jackson elevated to the role.
The newly installed chief of the Australian Smart Communities Association, Laurie Patton, says it may be time to consider encouraging businesses and the people they employ to move to regional centres – and to turn the demand for broadband outside the capital cities into a solution, rather than seeing it as a problem.
You have excellently shown the hypocrisy of the Liberal party – penny-pinching on admirable peacetime initiatives like NBN providing infrastructure[…]
Optus need to be sued for stealing $800m from the tax payer for their unusable HFC network.
Turnbull thought he was smart shortcutting with HFC, as a way to fast track connections to take to elections. He[…]
I guess you were never on Telstra HFC. 4 day downtimes every 3 months. The fact there is long outages[…]
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