Australia

Aussie watchdog reviews termination regulations

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has kicked off a public inquiry to decide whether to extend, vary or revoke the domestic mobile terminating access service (MTAS) declaration.

Huawei hits back at Australian paranoia

Huawei has written an open letter to Australian members of Parliament hitting back at the claims the company is a security risk, as it scraps for survival in the 5G race.

Huawei faces 5G ban in Australia over security concerns

Having already been shut out from the country’s National Broadband Network, as well as getting the cold shoulder from tier one operators, the prospect of being locked out of the 5G euphoria in Australia is getting real for Huawei.

TPG attempts to bring the Jio chaos to Australia

TPG has announced customers who sign-up to the telcos new mobile offering will receive the first six months of data, voice and texts for free in exchange for helping test out the new network.

Telstra adds Narrowband to the IoT playbook

Telstra has announced the introduction of Narrowband technology into its IoT Network, to add to the three million square kilometres of Cat M1 IoT coverage the telco turned on in 2017.

Aussies get a bit i-rate with Apple

Apple has found itself in a bit of hot water after the ‘Error 53’ message which appeared on iLifers screens a couple of years ago, as it may have violated Aussie consumers’ rights.

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