As data retention looks set to pass parliament within weeks, the telecommunications industry has united to make a "simple and reasonable" request for the Government to release costs for the regime.
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.
With LG's flagship phone finally launching in Australia on July 14, pricing and pre-order offers are starting to trickle out from retailers and telcos. But there's still no official RRP from LG.
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.
Data retention, site blocking and three-strikes laws highlight 12 transformative months for online freedom in Australia. We reflect on the year's key moments in the words of the major players involved.
As NSW Police look to gain access to bank records of anyone in the state without a warrant, critics say independent oversight is vital to stop "abuses of power".
Exetel has terminated service for hundreds of data-hungry customers, claiming other customers shouldn't have to subsidise "unfair" usage. But the consumer watchdog has warned the ISP could be breaking consumer law.