Proposed changes to the regulation of international mobile roaming (IMR) services will come into effect in the Australian telecoms sector in January next year under draft changes put forward by the telecommunications regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
Seven of Australia’s telcommunications service providers have paid a total of $82,200 in penalties for failing to comply with the Telecommunications (NBN Consumer Information) Industry Standard, with the telecommunications regulator issuing its first infringement notices since the rules came into force in September last year.
Australian mobile carrier Pivotel has acquired two US-based mobile satellite solution businesses, MVS USA and Explorer Satellite Communications, through its US based subsidiary Pivotel America.
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