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Over 1 Billion 5G Subscriptions are Estimated by 2023: Takeaways from Ericsson Mobility Report November 2017
TelecomTalk (blog)
LTE has become a dominant technology in 2017, and the number of LTE connections is increasing. And several countries have already started deploying the 5G infrastructure, and the 5G era might begin by the end of 2018. Ericsson has released its Mobility ...
Ericsson Mobility Report – EricssonEricsson
Ericsson Mobility Report November 2017 – EricssonEricsson

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BIT

Don't have a 1300 number? Here's how to get one
BIT
Numbers are available from the Australian Communications and Media Authority's delegate Zoak Solutions. There's a one-off $35 registration fee, and prices start at $250 but vary according to the apparent desirability. For example, 1300 000 BIT is ...



Computerworld Australia

Mobile calls to 1800 numbers made free – why not 1300?
Computerworld Australia
The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) is praising the telecommunications industry for making mobile calls to 1800 numbers free of charge from January 2015, but says the same deal needs to be made for 1300 numbers. ACCAN CEO ...

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Telstra, Optus and Vodafone respond to 1300 number issue
Computerworld Australia
Telstra, Optus and Vodafone have responded to the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) comments about making mobile calls to 13/1300 numbers free, saying they have plans that include unlimited calls to 13/1300 numbers. On 1 July ...



iTWire - Optus keeps small business in the Loop
iTWire
Optus has launched Loop, a cloud-based, virtual PABX targeted at small-to-medium business. Optus Loop, in collaboration with Broadsoft UC-One has...

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The Australian Financial Review

Reinventure backs InDebted to disrupt debt collection sector | afr.com
The Australian Financial Review
An investment by Westpac's venture capital funds suggests ASX-listed Credit Corp and Collection House will face pressure from a new platform with a fresh approach.

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Albany Times Union

Telecom firms mine rural Adirondacks for latest numbers - Times ...
Albany Times Union
Many of the new phone numbers being requested under the 838 area code are in small communities like Tupper Lake and Port Henry. Photo: Rulison, Larry, Public Service Commission Map. Image 2 of 14. 2012 file photo showing the view looking up the ski ...

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The Australian

WiFi comes to the rescue as payphones face last calls
The Australian
The commission says the number of calls made from Telstra payphones declined by 71 per cent in the six years to June 2016, mostly due to the broad availability of affordable mobile services and better mobile coverage across the country. The decision by ...



SmartCompany.com.au

How Jordan Grives sold the company he founded when he was 18 for $30 million
SmartCompany.com.au
A regular fixture in SmartCompany's Smar50 Awards in recent years, the telecommunications provider found a niche in the market for 13, 1300 and 1800 inbound phone numbers by offering customised solutions that incorporated inbound numbers and call ...
Fonebox founder Jordan Grives sells telco service provider for a reported $30 millionDynamicBusiness

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ETTelecom.com

AMD plans to employ more engineers in India
ETTelecom.com
NEW YORK: Chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), which currently has a staff strength of around 1,300 in India, plans to hire more engineers at its two R&D centres in Bengaluru and Hyderabad. "We should be continuing to grow at the existing centres ...

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