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S second-biggest telco, Optus, has suffered a 7.5 per cent slump in net profit for the year to March 31. Emirates given the go-ahead by the New Zealand government to share services on trans-Tasman flights. Ever suspected it's not what you know but
Also in corporate news this morning, Australia's second-largest mobile carrier, Optus, has seen its profit down 3.6 per cent in the last quarter on the back of declining mobile income. Revenue in last quarter ending March 2013 of $2.17 billion was
Mikkel Vinter told Reuters in an emailed response to questions. Bidders were required to include such an agreement in their application, Vinter said. South Africa, which was a factor in choosing STC this time, he said. The other bidders have not
Telecom Egypt is set to launch mobile services in July, building on its fixed line offering, despite slowing business activity and a weak economic environment in the North African country, according to the telco's chief executive. The telecom
In the run-up to Mother's Day, Telstra released data showing that half of all Australians chat to their mums once a week and 20 per cent do so every day. But the evidence suggests more are using apps like Skype. "These days more mums are happy to be
Telstra held their '2013 Cyber Security Challenge' to try to uncover Australia's next top IT security minds. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the students' mission was to find the most flaws in the fictitious company's IT systems in 24 hours.
THE chief architect of Australia's 3G spectrum auctions in 2000 has blamed the government's intervention to set reserve prices for the sale of highly sought-after "digital dividend" spectrum as a key reason for falling $1 billion short of its hoped
There was obviously a technical glitch there," Communications Minister Stephen Conroy said. "Technical glitches happen...Senator Conroy turns on the NBN at Blacktown, in Sydney's west. Photo: Louise Kennerley Mr Griffiths' appearance occurred soon
Telstra has added 600,000 new 4G customers since it announced its half-yearly profits in early February, further cementing its position as the leading player in the crucial 4G market. The company had grown its 4G customers base from 1.5 million to 2.
Zain Saudi has extended the maturity on $ 3 billion of loans for up to five weeks, the loss-making telecoms operator said in a bourse statement. The company, an affiliate of Kuwait's Zain, has extended an SR 9 billion ($ 2.4 billion) Islamic loan