Australia’s second largest telco, Optus, has switched on a new tower in Pomonal in regional Victoria as it continues to provide dedicated mobile phone coverage in more areas as part of its mobile blackspot program.
The competition watchdog has cast aside industry opposition and concerns and made a draft decision not to declare wholesale mobile roaming services, saying there is insufficient evidence that such a declaration will improve competition amongst telcos.
ICT and wholesale telecommunications provider, Inabox Group, has launched the first phase of its enterprise system transformation.
myrepublic, been with them when they first started.
Whos your provider at that price? It's difficult to find 100/20 under $89 let alone true 100/40
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