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Media Advisory Public Hearing In Townsville ACMA's Reconnecting The Customer Inquiry starstarstarstarstar   5th November 2010 - Views: 1372 Media Advisory Public Hearing In Townsville ACMA's Reconnecting The Customer Inquiry As part of its Reconnecting the Customer public inquiry into customer service and complaints- handling in the Australian telecommunications industry, the Australian Communications and Media Authority is holding a public hearing in Townsville, one of a number being held around Australia.

Detecon Analyzes Network Expansion Of The Future starstarstarstarstar   5th November 2010 - Views: 1321 Detecon Analyzes Network Expansion Of The Future There is not a single operator in the world who will be able to afford the future expansion of a network which will come even close to keeping up with the global growth in demand for capacities and bandwidths.

Telefonica Selects Acision Broadband Mobility Suite For Intelligent Policy Control starstarstarstarstar   2nd November 2010 - Views: 632 Telefonica Selects Acision Broadband Mobility Suite For Intelligent Policy Control Acision, a world leader in mobile data, today announced that it will be working with Telefonica Group, one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world, to install key elements of Acision Broadband Mobility Suite for policy management.

Mr139-10:spending Limits Important For Users Of Mobile Premium Services starstarstarstarstar   28th October 2010 - Views: 626 Mr139-10:spending Limits Important For Users Of Mobile Premium Services New research by the Australian Communications and Media Authority into the use of mobile premium services indicates that, while most people are satisfied with the services, many have a strong interest in being able to more easily limit how much they spend.

Mr138-10:acma And Aust Privacy Commissioner To Examine Botched Telstra Mail Out starstarstarstarstar   27th October 2010 - Views: 611 Mr138-10:acma And Aust Privacy Commissioner To Examine Botched Telstra Mail Out The Australian Communications and Media Authority and the Office of the Australian Privacy Commissioner are looking into the circumstances of a botched mail out by Telstra to its customers. The mail out resulted in around 220,000 letters with incorrect addresses being sent to Telstra customers.

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