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Australians will be able to team the most sophisticated Samsung smartphone yet with the nation’s largest and most reliable mobile network from Friday, 11 April when new Samsung GALAXY S5 launches through Telstra stores and online.
Australian companies have embraced the boom of e-commerce, with internet shopping, online sales and marketing closing the gap with physical sales as the primary distribution channel, according to analysis of some of Australia’s best small and medium enterprises.
Telstra has today announced it will be the world-first partner to leverage Cisco’s global cloud platform to provide customers with the innovation, scale, and open standards to address more cloud requirements.
Telstra today expanded its executive committee appointing Mark Buckman as Group Managing Director, Media and Marketing, and Mike Wright as Group Managing Director, Networks.
An estimated $8.1 billion in savings could be made and more than 27 million tonnes of carbon pollution avoided every year if Australian businesses, government and consumers increased investment in Information Communications Technologies (ICT), according to a report released today by Telstra.
Telstra will extensively change the way it interacts with its customers through significant investment in new digital technology over the next three years – the next phase of the company’s digital strategy.
Telstra today announced it had completed the sale of a 70 per cent stake in Sensis to Platinum Equity and received proceeds of A$454 million.
From 4 March Telstra customers will be able to sign up to new 24-month plans that allow them to add the option to upgrade to a brand-new smartphone after just 12 months.
Video conferencing has rapidly moved from a rare and expensive experience to a mainstream necessity for Australian businesses as they adopt the technology to address key business challenges, including reaching customers and suppliers more effectively, enabling flexible working for skilled employees, competing in a global marketplace, or providing engaging staff training.
The answer to Australia’s man drought has been found in time for Valentine’s Day with new research from Telstra revealing one in four men are turning to their mobile phones to find love compared to sixteen per cent of women.
Telstra today confirmed it was on track to meet its full year guidance and announced an increased interim dividend of 14.5 cents, distributing $1.8 billion to shareholders.