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Telstra shares hammered after dividend change announced Shares of Australia's biggest telecommunications company have been hammered this morning after the announcement that it would be cutting its dividends by 30% from next…
Telstra takes big hit to revenue, profits in 2017 Telstra has seen a big drop in both its revenue and profits for the financial year 2017 compared to the previous year, according to full-year…
Pivotel acquires Global Marine Network to speed up satellite data and lower costs As part of an accelerated push into the satellite data comms market, with faster satellite and mobile Internet for consumers, Pivotel’s latest pivotal move is…
NBN: Bill Morrow should hang head in 12Mbps of shame COMMENT Former prime minister Kevin Rudd first spoke of a 12Mbps NBN back in 2007, which even then wasn’t that fast, so to still have 29%…
FULL VIDEO: ‘Game of Phones’ as Vodafone’s new customer-friendly plans smash competitors Seeking to strike a death blow to competitors while breathing new life into customer friendliness, service, choice, payment plans and value, Vodafone seeks true victory…
Telcos can make NBN speed problem disappear, insists Tasmanian ISP The head of a Tasmanian retail service provider has taken issue with statements made by Robin Eckermann, an adjunct professor at Canberra University, about CVC…
Game of Phones: Telco shares to June 2017 see Telstra down; Optus, Aldi and Amaysim up Kantar has released its carrier share figures for the Australian consumer mobile market up to June 2017, and as usual, the game of carrier share…
Rules prevent FttN users from complaining about speeds NBN customers who are on fibre-to-the-node connections are unable to lodge a fault with the company in charge of the broadband rollout about slow speeds…
NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow Criticisms and public and industry disquiet about the National Broadband Network aside, NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow has given an upbeat assessment on the broadband…
Fixed 5G wireless to become fibre competitor by 2025 By 2025, 1.4 billion 5G connections will see fixed wireless technology becoming a fibre competitor, according to Juniper Research.

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