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  Friday August 17, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

iiNet chief executive Michael Malone has downplayed the internet service provider's ambitions in the mobile market, despite almost doubling its mobile customer base in the past financial year.

Also today, we look at NBN Co's grip on its commercial secrets, including one that has finally leaked out - a ballpark estimate of how much one might expect to pay to upgrade to a fibre NBN connection.

-- Ry Crozier

LATEST TELECOMMUNICATIONS ARTICLES

iiNet downplays mobile ambitions iiNet downplays mobile ambitions
By James Hutchinson | Aug 17, 2012
But interested in content fight.
First NBN fibre extension comes in: $150,000 First NBN fibre extension comes in: $150,000
By James Hutchinson | Aug 16, 2012
How much are you willing to pay for fibre?
Optus grows cable broadband base Optus grows cable broadband base
By James Hutchinson | Aug 14, 2012
Seeking bigger piece of NBN pie?
NBN Co passes 'commercial activities' scrutiny NBN Co passes 'commercial activities' scrutiny
By Ry Crozier | Aug 17, 2012
Review finds freedom of information exemptions valid.
Ex-Telstra chief Trujillo targets T-Mobile USA Ex-Telstra chief Trujillo targets T-Mobile USA
By Juha Saarinen | Aug 14, 2012
$30b takeover on cards.
ADSL2+, cable access to grow in Victoria ADSL2+, cable access to grow in Victoria
By Staff Writer | Aug 13, 2012
Analysts forecast five-year blowout in NBN ubiquity.
Saudi Arabia opposes 'immoral' top-level domains Saudi Arabia opposes 'immoral' top-level domains
By Juha Saarinen | Aug 17, 2012
Argues against .gay, .bible, .wine.
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