The Australian federal government has revealed just how much money it will allocate to the establishment of a space agency and its industry, while also promising several million dollars in funding to defend the nation’s parliament from cybersecurity threats. Advertisements
A chorus of Aussie telcos outside the Big Four say “innovation is being stifled” by the current national broadband network’s pricing and regulatory environment, and have demanded a greater voice as a result, saying consumers are losing out from reduced competition in the market.
Australia’s largest telecommunications company Telstra is facing penalties of up to A$10 million for allegedly collecting more than A$61.7 million in net revenue from commissions on premium billing services in a way that the consumer regulator says breached the law. On Monday, the Australian Competition READ MORE
Australia’s communications regulator hopes new draft complaints-handling rules will improve the experience of consumers connecting to the government-owned national broadband network.