Telstra chairman John Mullen has defended paying his executives millions of dollars in bonuses.
- by Jennifer Duke
The government says the bills, charged to taxpayers, "were much higher than anticipated and higher than what the community expects".
- by Fergus Hunter
The Assistant Treasurer says he will pay back data charges for his hefty home internet bills after the PM announced the government would look into his claims.
- by Dana McCauley & Nigel Gladstone
Stuart Robert - who ran an IT services firm before entering parliament - blamed "connectivity issues" in his electorate for his consistently high data bills.
- by Nigel Gladstone
Research commissioned by NBN Co found 77 per cent of sandgropers of different speed tiers available but 71 per cent didn’t know which plan suited their needs.
- by Hamish Hastie
The telco says monthly household downloads leap by 50 per cent once homes move across to the new high-speed network.
- by Adam Turner
Huawei chairman John Lord has pointed to the National Broadband Network as an example of what happens when the government imposes bans on Chinese companies.
- by Jennifer Duke & Kirsty Needham