For the first time the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has decided on a price for mobile network operators to charge for receiving SMS messages, today setting a price of 0.03 cents per SMS.
Telstra, the dominant player in the phone market, is not having it all its own way in the battle for marketshare supremacy against major competitors Optus and Vodafone.
Revenue from the messaging market is set to decline by $600 million over the next 5 years according to Juniper Research despite big traffic from WhatsApp et al.
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