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Polycom releases new conference phones to mark anniversary American video, voice and content collaboration company Polycom has released new models of its conferencing phones to mark the 25th anniversary of the release of…
Telcos ‘most complained’ about NZ industry sector, says Commission New Zealand telecommunications companies and service providers cop the most criticism from the country’s consumers of all business and industry sectors, according to a new…
Google Fibre cuts woman's Internet service over 12 cents A woman who lives in Kansas City had her Internet service with Google Fibre — a division of Alphabet, the parent company of the search…
Vic Police radio jammed during chase in Sale An unauthorised broadcaster interfered in a police chase in Victoria last Tuesday, forcing the officers concerned to call off their chase of two men suspected…
Subsea cable outage affects iiNet, Internode services The SMW3 subsea cable between Perth and Singapore that services South East Asia, among other regions, has suffered a break with a repair date at…
Macquarie Telecom has another good year Macquarie Telecom has recorded a third successive year of profit growth, with the company declaring a net profit after tax of $14.2 million, a rise…
NBN Co rejects Telstra NBN revenue monetisation plan A Telstra plan to monetise around $5 billion in future revenue from NBN payments has been scuppered by the company running the broadband network, NBN…
Rene Sugo MNF Group Wholesale telecommunications provider, Symbio Networks — part of the MNF Group — has launched a sub-wholesale mobile virtual network operator offer.
Teresa Corbin, ACCAN Telecommunications consumer interest group ACCAN is pressuring Optus to follow Telstra and Vodafone and ban third-party mobile subscriptions.

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