Picking up on telco signals

As Australia’s telecommunications sector consolidates, flow-on cost efficiency opportunities for other businesses are expanding actually expanding.

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What the big telco companies are telling your business

Australia’s telecommunications sector is consolidating but, for businesses, the opportunities for growth and achieving cost efficiencies are actually expanding.

Telstra, which has the primary contract for the massive roll-out of Australia’s national broadband network, or NBN, remains the powerhouse across the telecommunications sector – last month delivering a $3.4 billion full-year profit and forecasting further growth in the year ahead as it attracts new mobile phone and broadband customers.

Earlier this year, Telstra’s biggest rival, Optus, reported it had lifted its annual net profit to $787 million despite intense competition from its telco rivals …

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