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Tuesday, 28/4/2015


EA's Origin will now offer refunds - backed by Australian consumer law

Sorry Electronic Arts, but you do owe Australian consumers.

Source: PC Authority


TPG or M2: Which company is iiNet's perfect match?

iiNet now has two potential buyers in M2 and TPG, but what is the difference, and which would be better for iiNet customers?

Source: ZDNet Australia


Most 2G/3G networks to stay on until 2020

Operators in the US and Asia Pacific who have announced network closures are the exceptions, with most to remain in use until 2020.

Source: iTWire


SingTel shares still an option for Aussies after delisting

The delisting of Optus parent company SingTel from the Australian Securities Exchange has moved a step closer to completion with Australian shareholders of SingTel formally notified of their options for retaining an interest in the company or selling their shares.

Source: iTWire


TPG beats NBN in court battle over FTTB

TPG has successfully defended itself against NBN (formerly NBN Co) over misleading and deceptive conduct claims arising from its rollout of fibre-to-the-basement.

Source: iTnews Australia


NSW Supreme Court rules against NBN in TPG Fibre-to-the-Building case

NBN has lost its case against TPG and Pipe Networks in the Supreme Court of NSW.

Source: ARN


ACCC warns site-blocking Bill may be used to 'intimidate' VPN users

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims has warned against rights holders 'inappropriately' threatening to block services that grant Australians access to geoblocked services like Hulu and HBO Now.

Source: ZDNet Australia


Monday, 27/4/2015


M2 launches AU$2.25 billion counter bid for iiNet

TPG is facing a fight in its bid to take over rival ISP iiNet, with M2 Group launching a counter offer of AU$2.25 billion for the telco.

Source: ZDNet Australia


M2 pledges to keep iiNet brand alive

M2 CEO Geoff Horth has promised to maintain the iiNet brand as a standalone operation and preserve its much-touted customer advocacy should its $1.6 billion offer for the company be accepted.

Source: iTnews Australia


M2 CEO: Acquiring iiNet would 'bring two great businesses together'

The potential acquisition of iiNet would be an "opportunity to bring two great businesses together," the CEO of M2, Geoff Horth, said this morning.

Source: Computerworld


M2 Group confirms rival iiNet bid

M2 Group has confirmed it has submitted a rival bid for iiNet, following TPG's $1.4 billion all-cash takeover proposal it signed with the company in March.

Source: ARN


Friday, 24/4/2015


NBN Co ditches the 'co' from name

NBN Co will on Monday introduce a new name for the company, ditching the 'co' in favour of a streamlined "NBN" brand it hopes will spur sales of products on the national broadband network.

Source: iTnews Australia


Telstra in talks with Netflix despite Foxtel stake

Telstra is in talks with Netflix about how to jointly market, promote and host the hugely popular streaming video provider's services despite its partial ownership of direct rival, Foxtel.

Source: SMH


Site blocking laws will stifle tech investment: Google

Search giant Google has warned the Government that proposed site-blocking legislation, combined with existing copyright enforcement efforts, will damage Australia’s prospects as a site of digital investment.

Source: iTnews Australia