TPG will look to shake up the marketplace by offering six months' free service to the first customers who sign up to its new 4G mobile network.
Vodafone Australia claims 39 percent of Australian fixed broadband users could switch to mobile instead of migrating to the National Broadband Network (nbn).
Broadband data downloads increased by 38.6% last year, continuing a run of significant annual increases since 2014, but what does this mean for business in 2018?
A leading IT and telecommunications entrepreneur has predicted that TPG will overtake Optus and Vodafone in the next five years, and could be the number 1 telco company in Australia in ten years.
Double demerits are enforced for five days over Easter - Thursday 29 March to Monday 2 April 2017 inclusive - which means you could lose over half your licence if caught illegally using your mobile phone while driving.
The Commonwealth Games, held in the Gold Coast in April 2018, was the first battleground for Australian telco's, who are all racing to claim 5G ascendancy.
The latest phone systems are delivering new technology that makes moving in and out of the office a seamless experience.
Best estimates predict 5G won't be readily available until 2020. In the meantime 4GX is up to 6x faster than standard 4G and can provide a competitive advantages for business.
The top ten technology predictions for 2018 have significant disruptive potential over the next five years, according to global research consultancy, Gartner.
No more 'lock-in' plans, no allegiance to any carrier, and the ability to switch automatically to the network which provides the best coverage and price as you travel the world. This is the promise of the eSIM.