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Monday, 26 June 2017 11:46

A woman's NBN tale of woe with Telstra

A woman in the final stages of pregnancy should not have to bother about much more than the health of her unborn child. But in the case of Francesca Sherrard, the NBN and Telstra have both put paid to that; she has been trying, without much success to get connected, and increasing the stress on her system at a time when it is ill-advised to do so.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Optus has disputed suggestions that regulation of mobile roaming services in Australia might lead to price reductions for consumers and has taken a swipe at competitor Vodafone Hutchison Australia and its response to an ACCC draft decision on roaming.

The winds of change are sweeping through the Telecommunications Association (TelSoc), with the 143 year-old industry group giving itself a makeover, with a new logo, new look and changes to the way it interacts with members and potential members.

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