Construction projects line up for Optus inCITE

26 June 2003, 9:00 am

Optus and the Construction Industry Trading Exchange (CITE) Initiative, today unveiled Optus inCITE, an online trading exchange for the construction industry. Peter Kaliaropoulos, Managing Director for Optus Business said Optus inCITE is testament to its commitment to developing solutions that deliver productivity gains to the market place. “Optus has developed the inCITE portal to enable … Read more

Browsing the internet on Optus Mobile

19 June 2003, 9:00 am

Optus today became the first mobile phone company in Australia to offer customers with Java-capable mobile phones a free WebViewer J2ME download enabling customers to browse the internet. Developed by Reqwireless, and packaged for Optus customers in conjunction with the Optus-Nokia FutureLab, WebViewer is a small, fast and feature-rich web browser that can be installed … Read more

Optus expands mobile coverage in Central West

13 June 2003, 9:00 am

Optus today launched the expansion of its GSM mobile coverage in Central West NSW. New mobile base stations have recently become operational at Narromine, Bourke, Cobar, Gulgong, Lightning Ridge, Nyngan, Trangie and Warren. Federal MP John Cobb, said the extension of Optus’ network would provide local residents and businesses with a choice for their mobile … Read more

Optus C1 satellite successfully launched

12 June 2003, 9:00 am

Optus today successfully launched the A$500 million C1 satellite. The C1 satellite is jointly funded by Optus and the Australian Department of Defence, and is the largest hybrid communications and military satellite ever launched. Optus Chief Operating Officer, Paul O’Sullivan said the successful launch of C1 reaffirms Optus’ position as Australia’s leading satellite operator. “The … Read more

MobileMail ensures your email isn’t stuck in the office

11 June 2003, 9:00 am

Optus today launched MobileMail for Business, a new product for busy people to access their work email on their mobile phone whilst out of the office. Unlike other wireless email systems, MobileMail requires only a simple application download from the Optus website and a mobile handset. The service supports Microsoft Exchange and Lotus email and … Read more