Optus offers more choice and mobile coverage in the bush

30 July 2008, 9:00 am

Optus delivers the newest and smallest satellite mobile phones to Australia Optus is set to deliver a larger choice of mobile handsets to people in the bush by partnering with Thuraya Telecommunications (Thuraya). As Thuraya’s Australian supplier of choice, Optus will retail two of Thuraya’s new mobile handsets – a Satellite Only and GSM/Satellite dual … Read more

Workforce mobility and collaboration key drivers of IP growth

24 July 2008, 9:00 am

Internet Protocol (IP)-based networks are assuming greater strategic importance across the corporate and government sectors as organisations look to leverage their IP investments to enable greater productivity, flexibility and collaboration, according to the 2008 Optus IP Index released today. The Index, which is based on a survey of 229 government and corporate organisations, found that … Read more

Optus SecureCam keeps your home or office in safe hands

23 July 2008, 9:00 am

Optus has launched Optus SecureCam, a live video monitoring solution allowing Small and Medium Business and Consumer 3G mobile customers to effectively monitor their home or office. Around-the-clock access to video footage from private IP cameras* on compatible 3G mobile handsets or over the internet offers customers a convenient and cost effective video monitoring system. … Read more

Optus ‘stops time’ with unlimited calls and sms mobile plan

21 July 2008, 9:00 am

‘yes’ Timeless offers unlimited calls on local, national and GSM networks within Australia Optus today has ‘taken the Cap off the mobile Cap’ with the launch of ‘yes’ Timeless Plans – a unique suite of mobile plans giving consumer and business customers unlimited standard local and national calls, and calls and standard SMS to GSM … Read more

Telstra the gold medal price gouger on broadband

10 July 2008, 9:00 am

Telstra had the most expensive, or second most expensive, consumer DSL broadband pricing plans of incumbent telecommunications providers in eighteen OECD countries, according to an international study which has just been completed. Spectrum Value Partners were commissioned by Optus to carry out the study, under which they reviewed the consumer DSL pricing of eighteen incumbent … Read more