While competitors have all kinds of unlimited talk and text plans with varying levels of data for any type of customer, Optus hopes its newfound flexibility fulfils its promise of "prepaid, remade".
While many people are rejoicing over the Coalition Government's backflip on its NBN policy and its announcement that it will spend to get fibre delivered to up to eight million subscribers in all, nobody should for a moment think that this is some Damascene conversion.
Had Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies not been banned from tendering for Australia's 5G networks, there is no doubt that local operators — TPG, Vodafone and Optus — would have been among the most advanced 5G operators and competitors would be forced to keep up, the chief corporate affairs officer of the Chinese vendor's local operation claims.
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Yes, it's an admission that they failed but not a full solution. More pressure will be required.
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