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Optus fined $10m for misleading digital bills
The Federal Court has fined telecommunications giant Optus $10 million for charging customers who unknowingly bought digital content through its third-party billing service.
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yesterday by tioaus
Telstra will replace the Galaxy S10+ with the Galaxy S10 5G for free | finder.com.au
Back at CES 2019, Telstra CEO Andy Penn stated that 2019 would be the "year of 5G", and to back up that claim, he promised that the nation's largest carrier would deliver 5G capable handsets from "some of the world's biggest vendors" before "any other Australian mobile operator".
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yesterday by tioaus
Morrison and Ardern unite on Huawei
Scott Morrison and Jacinda Ardern are set to discuss ways to secure telecommunications networks in the wake of both countries’ respective Huawei bans — which has seen New Zealand join Australia in China’s diplomatic freezer.
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yesterday by tioaus
Telstra hints at 5G pricing (hint: it may not cost much more than 4G)
San Francisco | Telstra has given the first hint of what it might charge customers to use its soon-to-be-launched 5G mobile phone network. At the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 phones in San Francisco, Australia's largest phone company said it would offer free upgrades to the 5G version of the Galaxy S10, to anyone who bought or leased a Galaxy S10+ from Telstra before the launch of the 5G version.
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yesterday by tioaus
Here Are Vodafone's Samsung S10 Plans And Pricing | Gizmodo Australia
Unpacked has wrapped for another year, which means its time to demand when you can get your grabby-hands on the latest Samsung flagship device.
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yesterday by tioaus
FREE 5G PHONE: Telstra will swap your old Samsung with new
Telstra has revealed the first 5G smartphone to be released in Australia, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, will be given out for free to people that hand back their S10+.
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yesterday by tioaus
Optus tests augmented reality video calling over 5G - Computerworld
Optus and its parent company Singtel have released details of a successful international augmented reality (AR) video call on their 5G mobile networks in Australian and Singapore.
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yesterday by tioaus
Tech firm reveals ‘deadly sins’ of online safety | My Business
A digital privacy expert has revealed what he described as the “five deadly sins” commonly made online that are high-risk openings to hackers and scammers.
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2 days ago by tioaus
NBN Co plans four-month HFC blitz - Telco/ISP - iTnews
NBN Co is planning to release just shy of 200,000 HFC premises a month from April to June this year, purging a great deal of the footprint that is currently listed as unserviceable.
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3 days ago by tioaus
Telstra launches voice-activated TV box after Foxtel signs Netflix deal
Telstra has launched a voice-controlled TV box that allows viewers to access subscription video platforms days after the telco's co-owned pay-TV platform Foxtel signed a deal with Netflix for its own television box. The Telstra TV box responds to a range of commands using a voice search activated device that is also able to understand slang and colloquial language such as "chuck on Netflix".
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3 days ago by tioaus
Telstra is "registering interest" in the Galaxy S10 | finder.com.au
The nation's biggest carrier will shortly offer Samsung's shiny new smartphones. Late last week, Vodafone confirmed that it would offer the Samsung Galaxy S10 "soon", which ties well into rumours that the phone will go on sale around 8 March 2018. It was highly unlikely, given the popularity of Samsung's Galaxy S phones, that it would have an exclusive on the new handsets.
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3 days ago by tioaus
NBN Co poised to make up lost time
NBN Co is gearing up to accelerate the pace of connecting homes to the NBN via the hybrid coaxial fibre access technology, with the broadband operator’s chief executive, Stephen Rue, saying the company can recover the ground lost because of problems with the network.
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3 days ago by tioaus
Telstra sees 5G as the biggest weapon in its arsenal
Telstra boss Andrew Penn is spruiking 5G as the biggest weapon in the telco’s arsenal, saying the group has a first-mover advantage on the new mobile technology.
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3 days ago by tioaus
Chinese government hits out at allegations it is spying on Australia’s Federal Parliament
China has hit out at “unwarranted charges” that it is behind cyber attacks on Federal Parliament. A spokesman for China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Geng Shuang, called on sections of the media in Australia to “stop tarnishing China’s reputation” by accusing it of cyber hacking in Australia.
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3 days ago by tioaus
Telstra launches third-generation Telstra TV - PC World Australia
Telstra has upgraded their Telstra TV streaming box to feature new voice controls and Box Office movie streaming. “Our customers can enjoy the best content from free-to-air TV, Foxtel Now, Netflix, Stan, Kayo and many other video-on-demand subscriptions all from the one device,” Acting Group Executive for Telstra Consumer and Small Businesses Michael Ackland said.
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3 days ago by tioaus
New Zealand Says China's Huawei Hasn't Been Ruled Out of 5G
New Zealand’s government is holding the door open for China’s Huawei Technologies Co. to help develop the nation’s 5G network, amid concerns the issue is fraying ties between the two nations.
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3 days ago by tioaus

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