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Vocus gets $2.2b takeover offer from KKR Australia's fourth biggest telecommunications company Vocus has received a $2.2 billion takeover offer from private US equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts.
Vocus downgrades earnings forecast by $100m, shares dive Australia's fourth biggest telecommunications company Vocus has issued a second profit warning in six months, downgrading its earnings forecast by almost $100 million and causing…
Kiwis show Aussies clean pair of heels in broadband Houses and small businesses in New Zealand cities had an average fixed line broadband download speed of 41Mbps in February this year, with Dunedin leading…
Superloop teams with Prysmian in ‘record’ optical cable deployment Telecoms cable manufacturer Prysmian Group has claimed a world record after Australian fibre infrastructure provider Superloop deployed what is purported to be the densest and…
Sprint wins damages from Time Warner over VoIP patents US telecommunications holding company Sprint has been awarded US$139.8 million in damages from Time Warner Cable for infringing on patents for VoIP services.
Avaya files for chapter 11 bankruptcy The California-based telecommunications company Avaya has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Optus says it will expand 4G in Canberra Australia's second largest telecommunications provider Optus has expanded its 4G services to provide better download speeds and voice quality and also data coverage for mobile…
Telstra loses another top executive as CISO quits The top three IT roles at Telstra have now fallen vacant with the resignation of chief information security officer Mike Burgess today.
Vodafone denies it is cutting pre-paid phones Vodafone has denied that it is phasing out its pre-paid phones, saying it is only following its usual practice of launching a new range of…
Telstra chairman slams Vodafone over mobile roaming support Telstra has accused Vodafone of trying to get a "free Christmas present" on its network by supporting the ACCC's domestic mobile roaming proposal.

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