Optus awarded $13.6 million extension to government contract

Optus has secured a new $13.6 million contract with the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources to deliver a range of managed services to the department nationally and overseas.

NBN subcontractor sacks 55 technicians

Fifty-five technicians working for NBN Co subcontractor Trilogie Resourcing have been terminated today.

Aussie bank customers shun ‘human’ approach in favour of digital services

Australian bank customers would prefer to resolve their basic banking issues without having to deal with a human being, according to a new survey which indicates that most prefer contact with their bank via its website.

TPG Mobile: 7GB data plus unlimited calls, text for $19.99, six months only

TPG Mobile is running yet another of its special deals for its TPG Mobile service, but it’s only available if you’ve never been a TPG Mobile customer.

Telstra continues to dominate NBN market

Telstra continues to dominate the take-up of NBN connections with an overall share of a little more than 50%, according to the ACCC's latest quarterly report on the NBN wholesale market.

ACCC acts against domain registration companies

The competition watchdog has begun proceedings in the Federal Court in Perth against two domain registration companies, alleging they indulged in misleading and deceptive conduct in the way they represented to Australian businesses the services they offered.

Qantas signs online booking deal with Alibaba travel platform

Alibaba Group's online travel platform Fliggy and Qantas have signed an agreement which will allow customers to book flights directly on the Fliggy website.

Telcos willing to pay more for 5G: Gartner

The telecommunications industry is prepared to pay more for 5G mobile capabilities than they are willing to pay for 4G, according to a newly published global survey.

NEC recognised for support of Aussie defence reservists

NEC Australia has been awarded a special employer support award for its support of Australia’s Defence Force Reservists.

Contention ratios alone 'not enough to judge ISP'

Contention ratios alone would not be enough for consumers to make a judgement as to which ISP would provide sufficient bandwidth for their needs, an academic claims.

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