Qantas is switching on inflight Wi-Fi for its first domestic aircraft later this month, and to help flyers get the most out of its new inflight entertainment option, the airline is partnering with Foxtel to offer three days of free access to Foxtel Go every time a customer travels.
Telstra has thrown down the gauntlet and entered the emerging world of home wireless broadband. Designed for renters or households without access to a fixed line connection, home wireless broadband delivers internet over 4G instead.
Telstra is now offering broadband customers a new kind of modem with an integrated 4G backup. Dubbed the Telstra Gateway Frontier, the modem router will automatically rollover to the Telstra 4G network in the event of maintenance, an outage, or simply when you're waiting for the NBN to installed.
NBN today announced that four million premises are now able to connect to the National Broadband Network. The company says that more than a third of all Australian premises can now internet delivered over the National Broadband Network, and expects to up this to half by around the middle of the year.
Foxtel is hoping to woo sports fans over to its broadband service with a new bundle that combines the media giant's 200GB broadband and home phone plan with access to Foxtel sports and entertainment packs.
Australian streaming service Stan is adding two major features in the next couple of months: offline viewing in March, and 4K streaming.
Budget telco Vaya has refreshed its range of data-only plans with new options starting at $15 for 5GB.
In the lead up to the launch of 5G networks in 2020, Telstra and Netgear, in partnership with Qualcomm and Ericsson, have unveiled the world's first gigabit 4G device, the Netgear Nighthawk M1.
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