ACMA proposes reduction in telecoms carrier licence charges

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has proposed a reduction of just over $900,000 in the total telecommunications annual carrier licence charges to be levied on the industry for the 2017/18 financial year.

Amaysim boosts speed of its standard broadband plan, gives upgrades 'at no extra cost'

It seems an epidemic of NBN providers, including Amaysim, are upgrading users to faster plans these days, and given the vast amounts of data we all seem to wish to consume simultaneously, the upgrades are most welcome.

Complaints to TIO about NBN rise strongly

The TIO's latest report shows complaints relating to services delivered over the NBN have increased disproportionately.

NBN Co says one million have upgraded to faster speeds in last four months

So much for politicians suggesting 25Mbps would be enough, with NBN Co reporting the number of Australian homes and business connected to higher speed NBN plans "has more than doubled with new figures revealing more than one million people have upgraded their internet speeds in the last four months".

More changes to auDA policy review panel

The au Domain Administration, the organisation that administers the Australian domain namespace, has lost a number of members from its policy review panel, according to an announcement from John Swinson, chairman of the panel.

OVO's special half-off on all mobile deals for 3 months

OVO Mobile is offering special deals to attract customers to its plans, including a dedicated range of data-free sport, entertainment and radio, with half-off for the first three months.

Cohda Wireless CTO  Paul Alexander

Australian connected autonomous vehicle technology company Cohda Wireless has released a claimed world-first vehicle positioning system that it says eliminates GPS blackspots that exist in so-called “urban canyons” between high-rise buildings.

Rowland swipes at Turnbull over NBN cost claims

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has been accused of citing incorrect figures, about the Labor Party's expenditure on the national broadband network, during a radio interview last week.

ACS launches tech hub to help foster digital communities

A new technology and innovation hub, developed by the Australian Computer Society, will aim to drive development of digital communities and help collaboration.

ShareRing looks for start-ups for pilot Pitchfest

Sharing services marketplace ShareRing is seeking business concepts from start-up companies that can be built into the sharing economy as part of its Pitchfest programme, with selected businesses gaining the chance to pitch their ideas to investors in Hong Kong.

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