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Vocus offered $20m in fund buyout
Ex-Unwired chief to get new role if deal goes through.
Apr 12 2010 10:59AM
EnergyAustralia pays $10m for Unwired spectrum
Used for smart grid project.
Mar 3 2010 3:48PM
Unwired's Spence steps down
Changing of the guard at wireless operator.
Feb 22 2010 3:20PM
Vividwireless to begin testing Perth WiMAX in two weeks
Reveals NOC supplier.
Dec 3 2009 5:25PM
Wireless smart meters roll out in Victoria
Smart grid takes a step forward.
Oct 23 2009 3:52PM
Telcos call for NBN ownership cap
Caps as low as five percent suggested.
Sep 7 2009 12:42PM
Vividwireless builds $50m 4G network in Perth
Promises contract-free, no excess charge plans.
Sep 2 2009 2:30PM
Unwired urges telcos to share network maps
Carriers accused of trivial games when asked to share data.
Aug 5 2009 1:36PM
Filter trial report in September: Conroy
Government says its aims are “modest”.
Jul 9 2009 6:30AM
Vale Internode Unwired customers
But WiMAX offers Lazarus hope.
Jul 6 2009 12:08PM
Unwired sees more smartphones using free WiFi
3G data still too expensive.
Jun 23 2009 1:25PM
Unwired joins ISP-level filtering pilot
Fixed wireless telecommunications Internet Service Provider (ISP) Unwired is set to become the ninth confirmed ISP to participate in the Australian Governments controversial ISP-level filtering pilot.
Jun 1 2009 3:09PM
Video eats 3G bandwidth for lunch: In-Stat
ISPs have disputed analyst claims that 3G broadband will never be a fixed replacement because of a “big, ugly elephant in the room” called video, believing heavy video users are in the minority.
May 28 2009 5:30AM
Star-Tech buys Unwired WiMAX backhaul
Tertiary ISP Star-Tech Communications has deployed a fully managed internet service to 220 students at the Wesley College residence at University of Sydney.
May 23 2009 6:00AM
Unwired bleeds $50.2 million from Seven coffers
Media giant Seven says it still has faith in the potential of WiMAX, despite its Unwired business losing $50.2 million in the half-year to December 2009.
Feb 25 2009 2:11PM
Unwired launch corporate WiMAX service
Unwired has taken the wraps off its corporate grade WiMAX offering which bumps wireless broadband speeds up to 10Mbps.
Nov 14 2008 2:17PM
BigAir laments lost iBurst revenues
Wireless broadband provider BigAir has lamented the impending closure of the iBurst network and the loss of average revenues per user ‘north of $60 per month’ that will go with it.
Nov 10 2008 7:35PM
Unwired boasts 10 GB limit, but splits usage
Unwired has jumped on the 10 GB wireless broadband bandwagon, but its confusing peak and off-peak pricing scheme could turn off customers.
Sep 8 2008 3:09PM
Engin lets go of its stake in Unwired for $25.1 million
Broadband phone vendor, Engin has accepted Network Investment Holdings (NIH), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Seven Network Group, ordinary shares takeover of Unwired Group.
Nov 19 2007 2:01PM
BigAir expands Unwired agreement
BigAir will now distribute Unwired's desktop modem to customers in Melbourne and its new laptop wireless card following an expanded agreement between both companies.
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