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Huawei 5G ban 'puts pressure' on pricing: TPG boss

Huawei 5G ban 'puts pressure' on pricing: TPG boss

TPG Telecom chief executive David Teoh expects the government's ban on Chinese involvement in the construction of Australia's new 5G network will put pressure on prices.

  • by Jennifer Duke

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Huawei 5G ban 'puts pressure' on pricing: TPG boss
TPG Telecom

Huawei 5G ban 'puts pressure' on pricing: TPG boss

David Teoh has declined to confirm how the government's 5G ban on Chinese companies will affect TPG's mobile network budget.

  • by Jennifer Duke
'A good thing': Telstra boss welcomes TPG-Vodafone merger
Telstra Corporation

'A good thing': Telstra boss welcomes TPG-Vodafone merger

Telstra chief executive Andy Penn has told shareholders a planned merger between rivals TPG Telecom and Vodafone Hutchison Australia is a “good thing” for the competitive mobile industry.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Telcos ditch ‘unlimited’ mobile plan claims
Vodafone

Telcos ditch ‘unlimited’ mobile plan claims

Australia’s three biggest mobile providers, Singtel Optus, Vodafone Hutchison Australia and Telstra, have stopped using the term “unlimited” in their advertising.

  • by Jennifer Duke
From $75 to $277: Telcos release pricing for new iPhone plans
Apple

From $75 to $277: Telcos release pricing for new iPhone plans

Australians wanting to get their hands on the new iPhone or Apple Watch on a plan should expect to fork out up to $277 a month for the most expensive option.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Huawei or another: Chinese firm may still be involved in 5G
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Vodafone

Huawei or another: Chinese firm may still be involved in 5G

There is widespread confusion about how the ban on Chinese-based telcos from participating in the high-speed mobile network will affect some providers.

  • by Jennifer Duke
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NBN Co to pay $25 for each missed appointment
NBN

NBN Co to pay $25 for each missed appointment

Consumers may be in line to receive refunds from their retailers when their NBN connections go awry.

  • by Jennifer Duke
NBN Co to pay $25 for each missed appointment
NBN

NBN Co to pay $25 for each missed appointment

Consumers may be in line to receive refunds from their retailers when their NBN connections go awry.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Telstra pushes for long-range 5G standards to suit a wide brown land
Telstra Corporation

Telstra pushes for long-range 5G standards to suit a wide brown land

Chief executive Andy Penn is 'confident' the 600 international delegates from the 3GPP will agree to a standard that makes sense for Australia.

  • by Adam Turner
Faster internet speeds for Queensland as undersea cable confirmed
South-east Queensland

Faster internet speeds for Queensland as undersea cable confirmed

A submarine fibre optic cable that will emerge from the sea at Maroochydore will provide Australia’s fastest internet link to Asia.

  • by Tony Moore
Telstra cuts earnings forecast, blames NBN
Telstra Corporation

Telstra cuts earnings forecast, blames NBN

Telstra has lowered its fiscal 2019 outlook to account for the corporate plan of the National Broadband Network published last month.