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'A lot of uncertainty': Telstra customers in Sydney's north-west without internet since Friday

'A lot of uncertainty': Telstra customers in Sydney's north-west without internet since Friday

Customers were forced to use mobile data on their phones to access the internet in their homes and businesses.

  • by Georgina Mitchell

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Can Australia's Robyn Denholm tame Elon Musk?
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Can Australia's Robyn Denholm tame Elon Musk?

The outgoing Telstra CFO faced a choice between one of the biggest jobs in corporate Australia, and perhaps the biggest job in the entire corporate world.

  • by John McDuling
Why Denholm's appointment as chair is a problem for Tesla
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Opinion

Why Denholm's appointment as chair is a problem for Tesla

The issue is that Denholm has been on the board of Tesla for almost half its life as a public company. This is problematic for two reasons.

Telstra executive Robyn Denholm quits to be Tesla chairman
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Telstra executive Robyn Denholm quits to be Tesla chairman

Telstra chief financial officer Robyn Denholm has called it quits at the telecommunications company a month into her role.

  • by Jennifer Duke & John McDuling
Canberra, Brisbane the first to get Optus' 5G services
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Canberra, Brisbane the first to get Optus' 5G services

Singtel Optus chief executive Allen Lew has promised Canberra and Brisbane will be first in line for its high-speed 5G network in January.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Telstra, ombudsman flag compensation after EFTPOS outage
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Telstra, ombudsman flag compensation after EFTPOS outage

A technical outage took down EFTPOS machines nationwide on the weekend forcing many small business owners to ask customers to pay in cash.

  • by Patrick Hatch
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Nationwide Telstra outage takes down ATMs and EFTPOS machines
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Nationwide Telstra outage takes down ATMs and EFTPOS machines

Many consumers are having to pay with cash because the Telstra outage is affecting EFTPOS and ATM serices.

  • by Melissa Cunningham
Do you want a drone with your phone? Telstra's 2022 strategy
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Do you want a drone with your phone? Telstra's 2022 strategy

Australians will soon be able to get a drone thrown into their mobile phone plans as part of Telstra’s strategy to revive the brand and retain its customers.

  • by Jennifer Duke
'Beyond comprehension': Huawei chairman slams chief spy's comments
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'Beyond comprehension': Huawei chairman slams chief spy's comments

Huawei chairman John Lord has hit back at Australian bureaucrats for being out of line with the rest of the Western world by implementing a policy banning Chinese companies from participating in building Australia's 5G networks.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Telcos' 5G networks could 'bypass' NBN, says competition regulator
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Telcos' 5G networks could 'bypass' NBN, says competition regulator

The introduction of ultra-high speed 5G mobile networks is likely to see some telecommunications companies attempt to “bypass” the NBN.

  • by Jennifer Duke
'Big disappointment': Vocus criticised for lack of female directors
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'Big disappointment': Vocus criticised for lack of female directors

Shareholders have criticised Vocus Group chairman Bob Mansfield for having only one woman on the company's board of directors.

  • by Jennifer Duke