Circles.life, the Singapore-based telco that promises a “more likeable than hateable experience” - and which launched in the Australian market in August - is donating all data boost proceeds to the the Red Cross for bushfire disaster relief and recovery.
Apple has made it possible to donate to Nepalese earthquake victims via iTunes, with 100% of donations going to the Red Cross.
Humanitarian organisation, Australian Red Cross, has signed a three year deal with Primus Telecom, a part of Primus Telecommunications Group, Inc. (NYSE: PTGi), to provide a data network solution to its network of branch offices and other sites across Australia. The agreement will see Primus delivering service to 83 sites initially with potential for up to a further 180 sites to come online. Primus anticipates some of these additional sites to come online in 2012 and expects the deal value to ultimately exceed $1 million.
Remember when Abbott and Turnbull blatantly lied to the nation that they would deliver the finished NBN by 2016 for[…]
The trump administration play to the ignorant... morrison is nothing but the vacuous shill is this sad comedic pantomine...
No Sean... I feel for those that can't even get the minimum 12/1... Let alone 1000/50...
Big achievement? Not so much. As one of those 7m Aussies using the NBN all I can say is that[…]
i rather have 250/100 for 120 then 1000/50 for 149