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Want the cheapest broadband in the world? Move to Iran An evaluation of 3351 individual broadband plans in 196 countries has found that Iran offers the cheapest plan, with an average cost of US$5.37 per…
NBN Co chief coy on promise of releasing customer speeds After suggesting earlier this month that the NBN Co would make available the speeds possible on a customer's connection, the company's chief executive Bill Morrow…
Telstra closing in on halfway mark with mobile black spot rollout Telstra is gradually closing in on the halfway mark in its rollout of 577 new base stations to eradicate mobile black spots across regional Australia.
Report: Over 1.5 billion smartphones to be shipped in 2018 With global shipments set to grow 5% by 2017 end and then nearly another 5% in 2018, ever better technologies at all price points are…
Apple pips Samsung at post with both dominating UK in Q3 2017 With 34.4% UK market share to Apple and 34% to Samsung, Huawei, Alcatel and Moto join them to account for almost 80% of Q3 2017…
NBN Co promises new deal for RSPs and consumers A new contract between the NBN Co, the company building Australia's national broadband network, and phone and Internet providers is expected to improve its wholesale…
Remote Queensland town Gregory gets mobile coverage Workers from Telstra have scaled a 100-metre high transmission tower to install equipment that will provide mobile coverage to the remote Gulf town of Gregory.
Telstra 'PhoneWords' founder buys Telstra's 85% stake, renames to 1300 Australia The founder of Telstra PhoneWords, Gavin Scholes, and investors led by Aura Funds Management, have acquired Telstra PhoneWords and promise to help with "1300 GROWTH."
Exetel to sell Telstra Ethernet Access to SMEs Internet service provider Exetel has signed a deal with Telstra Wholesale worth $40 million over two years, to supply Telstra Ethernet Access to its business…

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