ACCAN has called for the government to legislated against mobile operators charging fees to remove sim locks on prepaid phones. Meanwhile Optus has tightened its sim unlock rules.
Woolworths has expanded its range of mobile communications offerings with the launch of global roaming SIM card in partnership with Cubic Telecom, based in Ireland, that it says can cut the cost of roaming charges for voice, text and data by as much as 90 percent.
Telstra Global has launched an IP Exchange (IPX) designed support international roaming for voice and data traffic, to enable mobile operators to provide users with end-to-end SLAs across multiple networks and to support applications that they can offer to end users without having to make up front investments to host these on their own infrastructure.
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