Yes, Optus too may need to refund NBN customers

A day after Telstra admitted that it had overcharged NBN customers, promising them unattainable speeds, Australia's second largest telco Optus has made a similar confession and said it is working with the ACCC to provide compensation to those who have been affected.

NBN users still avoiding highest speed plans: ACCC

Only 12% of those who have connected to the national broadband network as of 30 September have opted to take the fastest plans — 100Mbps/40Mbps — according to data collected by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, which shows that a shade over three million people are connected.

Proposed new code strives to improve next gen broadband services

A new code designed to improve the performance of next-generation broadband systems in Australia — including NBN-based services — has been released for public comment by the Communications Alliance.

MNF goes enterprise

Communications provider MNF Group has established a new brand for the enterprise and government markets.

Inmarsat says new facility ‘revolutionises’ connectivity solutions

Satellite communications company Inmarsat has  launched iMPACT!,  a purpose-built space that uses what the company describes as revolutionary, disruptive technologies to visualise and model complex networks and solutions in an interactive and agile environment.

Kantar: Apple up in US, UK and China, pre-iPhone X arrival

Apple has enjoyed great results despite the iPhone X not yet being available during Kantar's data gathering period, with Android strong in the UK and Xiaomi entering Spain.

Swisscom selects strategic Gigabit LTE and 5G supplier: Ericsson

A choice seemingly as safe as a Swiss bank is Ericsson, which is supplying Swiss telco Swisscom with the latest Gigabit and 5G tech, re-affirming an existing long-standing strategic partnership.

Dragontail AI cameras check pizza quality for Domino's

The Domino’s Pizza group is implementing an artificial intelligence camera system from Dragontail Systems which will be deployed to check pizzas for quality before they are handed to customers.

Telstra agrees to refund 42,000 customers over NBN speed claims

Telstra has been forced to compensate up to 42,000 users of its NBN Internet services after the ACCC censured the carrier for failing to deliver the promised speeds that were advertised.

EpiSoft founder Jenny O'Neill

Australian start-up EpiSoft has closed a $1 million capital raising as it prepares to further develop its digital health platform and expand globally.

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