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17 Sep 14 - Telecommunications Telstra News
3 reasons to like Telstra Corporation Ltd and TPG Telecom Ltd
Telstra has international expansion plans that first will make it a bigger regional player in Asia. With largely populated countries like Indonesia and China modernising and growing their economies, Telstra's telecommunications expertise could attract ...
Telstra boosts security to stop identity thieves after flaw identified
Telecommunications giant Telstra has boosted its security procedures following revelations it was using flimsy identity checks to protect customers' private data.
Why you should buy Amcom Telecommunications Limited before Telstra ...
Second-tier telco's such as iiNet Limited (ASX: IIN), TPG Telecom Ltd (ASX: TPM) and M2 Group Ltd (ASX: MTU) all need to muscle up to compete more effectively with Telstra. This could make Amcom an attractive takeover target for one of these larger peers.
Has the iPhone 6 launch caught Telstra Corporation Ltd off guard?
Several months ago I wrote an article about how Optus, part owned by Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (ASX: SGT), was losing mobile subscribers to Australia's biggest mobile telecommunications network, Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS). At the time, I ...
Telstra launches communications initiatives for disabled Australians
The telecommunications provider has created a portal accessible via the front page of its web site (at Telstra.com) which enables criteria-based selection of mobile devices.
More than 84000 Telstra customer records accessed by government agencies
Government agencies and policing bodies gained access to 84,949 Telstra customer records in financial year 2014. Telstra is Australia's biggest telecommunications provider by market share with around 3 million fixed-line internet customers and 16 ...
Telstra may compete on NBN
Telstra is investigating whether it should copy TPG Telecom's plan to compete against the national broadband network in a move that could break NBN Co's business case and add billions of dollars in expenses to the Federal Budget.
Union fears job losses as Telstra takes over Medicare, Centrelink call centres
But a spokeswoman for the telecommunications giant said in a statement that it had not signed a contract with DHS. "Telstra has not entered into an agreement to take over contact centre services for DHS," she said. "We are currently discussing a ...
3 reasons why Telstra Corporation Ltd shareholders should be worried
Shares in leading telecommunications company Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS) have soared nearly 18% in the past 12 months, which has been an outstanding return for shareholders.
Mobile Manufacturers Forum backs Telstra's initiatives for disabled Australians
The Mobile Manufacturers Forum (MMF) is backing Telstra's new Web portal, claiming it is a significant step in breaking down barriers restricting members of the Australian community.
Etihad Stadium signs up Telstra for major tech upgrade
In a joint venture with Cisco, Telstra will install and provide wireless and internet protocol television (IPTV) services, which will see 1000 Wi-Fi hot-spots installed in the 55,000 capacity stadium and 1600 IPTV screens.
Phone gripes fall 20pc but data complaints spike
Complaints about phone and internet services have reached a six-year low but anger from customers over excess download charges is on the rise, according to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman's 2014 annual report. The improvement in overall ...
'Re-nationalised' copper NBN allows Telstra to grow elsewhere
Under the framework for a revise agreement between NBN Co and Telstra, the former government-owned incumbent telecommunications company will progressively hand over its copper and HFC network assets to NBN Co that will be used as part of a ...
3 reasons to stick with your Telstra Corporation Ltd shares
It's been a rather muted year for investors in Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS), with shares in the telecommunications giant largely tracking the ASX since the turn of the year. Indeed, Telstra is now up 3.5% year-to-date, while the ASX has made ...
Telstra makes bandwidth most expensive in Australia: CloudFlare
Last week, Vodafone Australia CEO Inaki Berroeta also said that the high cost of transit links to regional locations of Australia made it very expensive for mobile telecommunications companies other than Telstra to expand their network. Vodafone has ...
Telco complaints at six-year low, data cost disputes rising
Complaints against telcos have fallen to a six-year low, although concerns about excess data charges have risen. The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman's (TIO) latest report for 2013-14 shows the number of complaints fell 12.4 per cent last year to ...
Demand exceeds funding for mobile blackspots program
Local councils, state governments, and Australia's mobile telecommunications companies will battle it out until April next year to secure funding for the 250 mobile towers to be funded by the federal government, with over 6,000 blackspot locations ...
Telstra faces class action for late fees
Telstra faces class action for late fees (00:57). Australia's biggest telecommunications company Telstra Corporation Limited (ASX:TLS) is facing legal action over late payment fees.
Australia's Telstra ropes in Upendra Kohli from Infosys as country head for India
Australian telecommunications and information services company Telstra has appointed Upendra Kohli as country managing director for India, a newly created role to develop and execute the company's overall strategy for the Indian sub-continent.
Telstra forms south-east Asian joint venture
... work with Telstra we will develop the capability together to create new business models and propositions with customers.
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