Presto hits back at Netflix launch news with a Telstra deal that sees the service unmetered on fixed broadband and with a three month free subscription for eligible mobile customers.
Australia's competition watchdog has handed down a AU$204,000 penalty to iiNet for outdoor advertising that it says failed to prominently show the true cost of one of its broadband plans.
The mobile roaming broadband provider now offers three styles of SIM plan, including local and UK-based 4G, with regular data access now available internationally in 84 countries.
The new technology will connect the Internet of Things via currently unused radio frequencies.
Foxtel shows off its broadband, TV and home phone bundles, while Scott Ludlum makes a laughing stock of data retention. Plus, Uber's Kittens-as-a-service and the Lumia Denim update.
After confirming its plans last year, the pay TV provider's home phone and Internet bundles are now available with plans for both existing and new Foxtel customers.
Looking to cut the cord on your home broadband? Vodafone is now offering the Huawei Wi-Fi cube with up to 25GB of 4G data for AU$90 a month.
An "unplanned outage" has left Telstra customers without access to broadband, wireless data and some Telstra apps today, with customer service lines also experiencing long delays.
So Netflix has taken the plunge and named the date, but come March 2015 will the service find a suitable broadband infrastructure to work with?
President Obama calls for tighter rules from the FCC -- leaving a little bit of wiggle room -- in an effort to preserve a "free and open Internet."