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Some of Australia's biggest telco providers have urged the Abbott government to water down new rules designed to help consumers avoid bill shock while travelling overseas. The move comes less than a year after Canberra introduced rules requiring
28 February 2014 14 shares 16 View comments Roaming charges for British travellers using their phones in EU countries are likely to be scrapped from October, it is claimed. Proposals are currently under review in Brussels to outlaw the exorbitant
One of the key ideas within the bill was to end mobile phone roaming fees by 2016. A proposal for "net neutrality", envisaging legal protection to the Open Internet, was also on the agenda. Delaying the procedure on revising the EU telecoms market
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EU lawmakers want to scrap mobile phone roaming charges by 2015 and to prevent telecoms network operators from charging companies such as Google and Amazon to provide faster Web services, EU documents show. The proposals from the European Parliament'
Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 24° Min 15° NZ mobile fees won't skyrocket like those in Australia Michael Sergel, Newstalk ZB February 24, 2014, 7:35 am New Zealand mobile users are getting a good deal from a competitive industry, but Australians aren'
Significantly, those countries include the most common destinations for Australian travellers, such as New Zealand (up from 64¢ to $1.50), Indonesia ($1.55 to $4) and Europe with Italy, Germany, France and Spain all attracting rises of at least 194
Facebook's $19 billion deal to buy WhatsApp will place it closer to the heart of mobile communications. But as Sonia Legg reports some think the world's largest social network is paying a high price to bring younger users into the fold. Reuters An AT&
Simgo , global provider of the world's first commercially available virtual SIM card platform for smartphones, today announced that roamers from 4 more countries have access to the Simgo service. In partnership with local distributors, the service
If the Ministry of Communications does not allow the consolidation of mobile networks to two, the result will be higher prices not only for 4G, but also for 3G, Golan Telecom Ltd. owner Michael Golan warned Minister of Communications Gilad Erdan