The nation’s number two telco Optus yesterday revealed it would invest $25 million in its 3G mobile network in Tasmania over the next two years, tripling the number of base stations in the state to over 100 and increasing the capacity of existing sites to boost signal.
Not content to be left out of the limelight by big brother Telstra, the nation's number two telco Optus has also this morning announced a significant deal with NBN Co, with the arrangement to see parts of its HFC network shuttered and its customers progressively migrated onto the fibre NBN infrastructure at a total cost to NBN Co of $800 million.
The nation's number two telco Optus has confirmed it will follow Telstra and start filtering its customers' Internet traffic for a blacklist of sites containing child pornography within the next few weeks.
The nation's number two telco Optus has achieved one of its first exclusives with Taiwanese handset manufacturer HTC, unveiling plans to exclusively launch the company's Incredible S handset on its mobile network from the 1st of May -- although pricing for the device has yet to be released.
The nation's number two telco, Optus, today revealed it had selected Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) to be its sole packet core vendor, in a multi-million dollar contract that will allow it to face its growing bandwidth needs.
The nation's number two telco Optus has announced pricing and availability details for its exclusive arrangement to sell HTC's new Incredible S handset, revealing today it would sell the Android-based handset for zero dollars up-front on a $49 cap plan starting from 1 May -- or online from 6 May, as well as other plans.
After years of being hyped up as a next generation solution to mobile phone coverage problems, femtocell technology has finally hit the Australian market in the shape of a trial being kicked off this week by the nation’s number two telco Optus.
The nation’s number two telco Optus this afternoon confirmed plans to bust open the doors of the love nest created this week by Telstra and Motorola, confirming plans to launch the US mobile giant’s Xoom Android tablet on its own network just a month after the device goes on sale with Telstra.