Public broadcaster SBS will simulcast all remaining group matches of the World Cup football tournament along with Optus, in an agreement with the telco which has been dogged by issues with broadcasting games on its network.
The union that covers telecommunications workers claims the sacking of 400 more workers at Singtel Optus shows the "reprehensible contempt" that management has for the workforce.
Australia's second largest telco Optus says it will spend $1 billion to update and expand its mobile network in regional areas by the end of next year as part of an ongoing investment programme that has spent more than $3.6 billion on its mobile network since 2015.
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