Tips for Keeping Your Phone Bill Under Control This Christmas

13 December 2005, 9:00 am

iSIM Prepaid: Gold Winner 2006 of Money Magazine’s ‘Best of the Best’ Award – two consecutive years Christmas can be an expensive time of year and SIMplus Mobile is helping consumers manage their expenses. SIMplus Mobile’s ISIM prepaid service is ideal for consumers trying to keep their expenses in check, by controlling monthly expenditure and … Read more

Optus first with Pre-Paid Push to Talk

8 December 2005, 9:00 am

Optus announced today the launch of Pre-Paid Push to Talk (PTT), a first for the Australian mobile market. The PTT service allows a user to chat with up to five people at the same time. With the Group SMS capability on a PTT handset, a user is also able to broadcast an SMS to the … Read more

Optus signs up for childcare centres

7 December 2005, 9:00 am

Optus announced today that it had reached an agreement with A.B.C. Corporate Care Pty. Ltd. (ABC) for it to provide childcare services for children of Optus employees nationally. The initial centres under the program will be located near Optus’ head office in North Sydney and near Optus’ call centre at Mawson Lakes, Adelaide. A.B.C. Corporate … Read more

The moment of truth in Australian telecommunications

1 December 2005, 3:50 pm

Paul O’Sullivan, Optus Chief Executive at Trans Tasman Business Council Introduction It is a pleasure to have the opportunity to speak to you at this important event. The Trans Tasman Business Circle plays an important role in encouraging business dialogue between two very close – and often friendly – neighbours in Australia and New Zealand. … Read more

Optus offers businesses a broadband breakthrough

29 November 2005, 9:00 am

Optus announced today its new broadband plans specifically designed for small to medium businesses (SMB), with fast download speeds and high data limits. Stuart Tucker, Optus Director SMB Marketing, said research by Optus highlighted how business customers wanted plans that were easier to understand and were ultimately better for their business. “Optus customers are demanding … Read more