With AT&T’s iPhone exclusivity under threat, and plenty of multi-touch high-end smartphones now available from the iNvincble iPhone through to wonderous new WP7 phones, Android 2.2 achievers and Nokia’s notables is BlackBerry’s shining light: the multi-touch, multi-input Torch 9800.
Although Optus once had its own pay TV service called Optus Vision, Optus’ vision for a pay TV seemed to go blind once it was all subsumed into Foxtel, but now a report says Optus is preparing a Telstra-like T-Box of its own.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityOptus has just announced what it is doing for iPhone 5 customers who choose to queue up at all of its ‘Yes’ Optus stores on iPhone 5 launch day, Friday the 21st of September, and it sounds pretty good!
Optus last month became the first mobile operator in Australia to offer femtocells as a full commercial product. Optus promoting them as solution for Optus mobile customers with poor coverage in their homes.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: RegulationThe ACCC has confirmed its draft decision, issued in May, to approve the agreement between NBN Co and Optus for the migration of Optus' HFC subscribers to the NBN and the decommissioning of parts of Optus' HFC network.