Telstra CEO, Andy Penn, has signalled "a difficult trading period ahead” blaming the rollout of nbn for "triggering a step change in the competitive environment."
Telstra has stopped selling its own-brand ZTE devices, after the Chinese manufacturer was forced to cease trading due to a United States Government-imposed ban.
Telstra is calling it "the future of voice" as the telco joins with Microsoft to offer voice calling through Microsoft Office 365 applications including Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams.
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.
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.
Telstra has announced Christmas and New Year embargo periods to protect its network against outages during the busiest period of the year. So what should you do if your phone fails during the holiday season?
A 'Consumer Data Rights' law, planned for 2018, will give Australian consumers access to their data being held by telecommunications and energy companies, and banks.
Moving from the mobile to the deskphone and back again has been a disjointed experience for employees - until now. Telstra has claimed an Australian-first with the launch of 'Liberate', a solution to unify mobile and fixed line technologies.
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.
Have you seen the news? The telco's are going to be dead in three year's time! At least that's the prediction of some commentators reacting to the arrival of the eSIM. Are they right?