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Optus first quarter balances out: postpaid up, prepaid down

Image: Optus Optus has registered a first quarter that saw the Singaporean-owned Australian telco win in some areas, while losing in others. Overall, the company reported revenue increased 3.3% to AU$2.25 billion for the quarter, and earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortisation (EBITDA) increased by almost 5% to $687 ...

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Apple Card: My first day with Apple's new credit card

Apple Card: Now will the masses embrace mobile payment? Apple’s upcoming credit card relies on the iPhone and offers rewards for contactless payments. Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani debate if that’s enough for mass mobile payment adoption. Read more: https://zd.net/2xqKX9T Early this morning, I signed up for Apple’s latest product ...

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Gogo preps for free in-flight wi-fi as Delta trial holds promise

Delta Airlines’ trial of free wi-fi on 55 domestic flights on Gogo’s network may be a precursor to more adoption of in-flight broadband, a new economic model and capacity improvements. Gogo reported second quarter earnings on Thursday and the stock surged on a better-than-expected outlook. The in-flight connectivity provider reported ...

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Airtel pinned for dragging Singtel Q1 down

Image: Singtel Singtel Group has reported a slight dip in revenue of SG$21 million to SG$4.1 billion alongside a 2% drop in earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortisation (EBITDA) to SG$1.18 billion for its first quarter of fiscal year 2020 to June 30. Thanks to a SG$162 million exceptional ...

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Australia Post to use NBN as part of network infrastructure upgrade

Image: Asha McLean/ZDNet Australia Post has awarded managed service provider Comscentre with a five-year contract to help the organisation upgrade its telecommunication network at over 4,000 sites, including all post offices, mail and parcel facilities, as well as corporate offices across the country. Under the contract, Comscentre will roll out ...

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