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China's 5G riches are a blocked number for investors

14 Feb 2019
InTheNews

How can investors profit from China's race with the United States for 5G supremacy? Finding the answer is as tricky as figuring out the geopolitics.

China's sleepy telecom stocks came back to life after Huawei Technologies chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou was detained in Canada in early December.

While the official charge was that the company had violated US sanctions on Iran, many in Beijing interpreted the action as another attempt by the US to thwart China's advance in 5G. According to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, Huawei leads the world in the some essential patents for next-generation wireless technology,

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Telstra plans $160m spend on Vic mobile network projects

14 Feb 2019
TelstraNews

Telstra has plans to invest more than $160 million on 600 mobile network projects in Victoria during the 2018-19 financial year, with the aim of eliminating black spots, improving data speeds and capacity.

The company said in a statement that more than half the money would be spent in regional areas, with $11 million reserved for 26 projects in the Bendigo region, including upgrades in Kangaroo Flat, Epsom and Eaglehawk.

During a visit to Ballarat, Telstra chief executive Andy Penn said the company would invest $20 million to complete 74 projects in and around Ballarat and South West and Western Victoria, with the federal electorates of Ballarat, Corangamite, Wannon and Mallee included.

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Telstras $160 million investment in Victorian mobile network

14 Feb 2019
TelstraNews

Telstra’s $160 million investment in Victorian mobile network

Telstra will invest more than $160 million on 600 mobile network projects across Victoria this financial year, to help eliminate mobile black spots, improve data speeds and capacity.

More than half of this investment is in regional areas, with $11 million for 26 mobile network projects in the Bendigo region alone, including upgrades in areas such as Kangaroo Flat, Epsom and Eaglehawk.

In Ballarat today, Telstra Chief Executive Officer Andy Penn announced Telstra is to invest more than $20 million to complete 74 mobile network projects in and around Ballarat and South West and Western Victoria.

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Investment and technology the key to a doubling of the population

14 Feb 2019
TelstraNews

A $22 million Telstra investment into mobile coverage throughout western Victoria will mean Ballarat is well connected for an expected population influx over the next 30 years the Committee For Ballarat says.

Committee for Ballarat chair Nick Beale was joined In Ballarat on Tuesday by Telstra chief executive Andy Penn who said western Victoria would see 74 new mobile base stations constructed by the end of the financial year.

It comes days after concerns were raised about black spots in bushfire-prone regions and just two weeks after Rainbow Serpent festival near Lexton was plagued by connectivity issues.

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Lexton and Waubra mobile phone towers to be built soon

03 Feb 2019
OptusNews

Mobile phone coverage will finally come to Lexton and Waubra this year.

Optus will build towers to eliminate black spots in the region, with support from the state and federal governments.

The Pyrenees Hotel, just off the Sunraysia Highway in Lexton, is used to people running in to ask to use the landline phone at all hours.

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Optus to deliver 1,200 5G sites by 2020 in home broadband push

03 Feb 2019
OptusNews

Optus has unveiled full details of its 5G home broadband plans, with 1,200 sites expected to be delivered by March 2020.

As part of its two-year partnership with Nokia, the telco turned on 5G in two Canberra suburbs in Canberra - Dickson and Manuka - and at one site in Glendenning, Sydney on 31 January.

A further 47 sites across ACT, Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia are set to go live in by March 2019. The first 50 Optus 5G sites will cover 60 suburbs.

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Optus 5G service to challenge NBN

31 Jan 2019
OptusNews

Optus has revealed details of its first 5G product, with the telco planning to offer a home broadband service using the new wireless standard at a price point that represents a serious challenge to the NBN.

The service will cost $70 a month and include unlimited downloads and a ‘satisfaction guarantee’ that will allow customers to cancel their contract without any fees if they get download speeds below 50 megabits per second (Mbps).

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Vodafone holds off deploying Huawei in core network due to security row

31 Jan 2019
VodafoneNews

Vodafone, the world's second largest mobile operator, said it was "pausing" the deployment of Huawei equipment in its core networks until Western governments give the Chinese firm full security clearance.

The United States and some allies, including Australia and New Zealand, have banned Huawei from 5G networks because of alleged ties to the Chinese government, while the firm has denied that its technology could be used by Beijing for spying.

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Optus unveils an NBN-like 50Mbps-plus wireless service

31 Jan 2019
OptusNews

With unlimited data quota.

Optus has revealed it will offer a wireless broadband service capable of at least 50Mbps speeds with unlimited data quota for $70 a month.

The telco took out full-page advertisements in major newspapers to announce the arrival of what it calls its 5G network.

The service is set to come with what Optus terms a “50Mbps satisfaction guarantee” that the telco says allows customers to exit a contract if speeds don’t hit that minimum level.

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TPG drops mobile network plan due to Huawei ban

31 Jan 2019
TpgNews

Telecommunications provider TPG Telecom has cancelled plans for rolling out a mobile network, and cited the ban imposed by the Australian Government on Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies as the main reason.

The company, which announced a merger of equals with Vodafone Hutchison Australia in June last year, had announced a $600 million mobile network in 2017.

In a statement to the ASX, the company said on Tuesday that the government ban on the use of Huawei equipment in 5G networks meant that it could not go ahead with its plans.

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