Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityWith anyone able to create their own Android tablet these days, and with Telstra having already done so since the first Telstra T-Tab, it was only a matter of time before Telstra launched it’s own 4G tablet, too, at a price that makes it “Australia’s most affordable 4G tablet”.
The KPMG-McKinsey implementation study of the National Broadband Network confirmed what many have thought all along: That the best way to come to a cooperative agreement with Telstra is to proceed with building the NBN as if Telstra will not be involved.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityIf you’re a Telstra customer with an older 3G phone that is compatible with Next G’s 850MHz 3.5G frequency, you’ve got August 31 until Telstra “ceases providing mobile services” on the now older “3GIS” Telstra/3 network, stopping 3G network services and turning your older 3G phone into a 2G model.
The head of Telstra Digital - the new unit created earlier this year to expand Telstra's range of online offerings and get more customers dealing with online - has unveiled a revamped Telstra web site.
My company uses a wide-area Telstra private network. This is Australia's largest telecommunications carrier but maybe they don't visit their own site. As far as I can tell, Telstra's DNS server is not giving out any addresses for telstra.com – but differing Telstra departments say it's not their problem.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: TechnologyVideo technology company Ooyala - which will support Telstra's online video services and of which Telstra is a shareholder - has released a number of new products designed to help its customers better monetise their video content.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: NetworkingAustralian technology infrastructure provider Service Stream has announced a two-year contract with Telstra for the remediation of Telstra ”pit and pipe” infrastructure for the roll-out of the NBN.