Australia’s number one telecommunications provider has this afternoon announced it has handed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) a revised undertaking for its structural separation as part of its deal with NBN Co.
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In a post on the official Internode blog yesterday, CEO Simon Hackett told customers business will remain as usual at least for the mid-term, following the pre-Christmas news that iiNet will acquire the Internet Service Provider (ISP).
iiNet has announced in a somewhat surprise move yesterday that it will acquire South Australian-based Internet Service Provider (ISP) Internode for $105 million, just 3 days before Christmas.
Movie rental service Quickflix has announced it has struck a deal that will see it offer content distributed by NBCUniversal, adding more much needed content to its growing content library.
Internode says it will soon begin offering its full IPTV service for customers with fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) connections including those using the National Broadband Network.
NBN Co on Friday opened its new state-of-the-art $32.5 million network operations facility in Melbourne, featuring a service and operations centre, national test facility, and both a mobile and fixed interactive discovery centre.
iiNet this week announced that it will acquire Internet Service Provider (ISP) TransACT, a regional ISP servicing the ACT and regional Victoria.
Optus has this morning released the details of its introductory plans for Australia’s new high-speed National Broadband Network, saying a greater range will follow as the NBN roll-out progresses.
iiNet has this morning released its pricing and plan information for the National Broadband Network (NBN), which is set to come out of trial phase on mainland Australia during October.
Today marks the end of the first release National Broadband Network (NBN) trial sites on mainland Australia, with a celebration held at the fifth and final site in Willunga, South Australia.