The popular US video service has announced a launch date in Australia alongside some other telco and device news, ending months of speculation.
Customers hit with late payment fees by Telstra, Optus and Vodafone are being asked to join a class action, as lawyers deem these fees "unlawful".
Dodo has been called out by the Australian Media and Communications Authority for failing to properly notify its customers about broadband data usage.
Telstra is claiming a world first on recent trials of its LTE-A network, with a live test combining three data channels to achieve speeds of 450Mbps, three times the current theoretical 4G peak speeds available in Australia.
A number of senior Australians have been left without telephone and internet connections following the collapse of telecommunications company OneSeniors.
Europe's fourth-largest telco says no payment info was stolen but warns customers they could be targeted for scams.
Australian telcos unveil pricing details for the Samsung Galaxy S5.
Telco Medion has provided a court enforceable undertaking to the ACCC after misrepresenting its Aldi Mobile Unlimited Pack, which had significant usage restrictions.
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.
Optus is aiming to get into the wearables game by the end of 2015 to allow customers who don't own NFC-enabled phones to make use of the telco's cashless payment system.