There is a lot you can do to use mobiles safely and responsibly. National eSmart Week looks at way to improve cybersafety and reduce cyberbullying.
Interference to the mobile network can cause calls to drop out, data speeds to drop and impact on network performance. In the worst case, it can prevent someone else from making a call to Triple Zero in an emergency. The ACMA has now made available a consumer factsheet on interference that explains some of the common causes of interference and what you should do if you are contacted by a mobile network operator about interference to their network.
Practical information and tips for consumers on international roaming and how to avoid bill shock.
Telstra and Optus have switched off their 2G mobile networks and Vodafone's 2G network will turn off on 30 September 2017. Remaining 2G customers will need to either upgrade their SIM or handset to continue to receive service.
AMTA CEO Chris Althaus kicked-off the Unwired Revolution conference in Sydney with an industry-wide perspective covering key developments and drivers shaping the mobile telecommunications industry in Australia.
Smart drivers keep their eyes on the road. Recent research based on real-world driving conditions found the key to significantly improving safety is for drivers to keep their eyes on the road and avoid mobile tasks.
Mobile World Live has published its first annual report, offering an in-depth analysis of the true state of the mobile industry. Split into five chapters – a full market overview, 5G, Security, IoT and Telecoms IT – the report highlights a number of key findings.
The Internet of Things is a wide-reaching term with depth and diversity which is gathering momentum as it demonstrates its relevance. The sum of IoT is much more than embedded sensors, networks and gadgets. It is a driving technological force which underpins the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
GSMA's global survey, conducted in November and December 2016 with nearly 1,000 respondents, uncovered significant understanding of the issues facing the wider deployment and monetisation of connected cars, along with significant enthusiasm for connected car technologies and services in general and autonomous driving.
The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 17th October, 2017 at the Press Club in Canberra at 3.45pm General business includes: Receipt of accounts and reports Confirmation of auditor Confirmation of new board members Confirmation of office bearers AMTA Chair’s report Other Business Please email email@example.com to RSVP and for location details. 16 August 2017
5G is the next generation of mobile technologies, designed to support new and diverse services and applications to transform the way we live and work. The impact of 5G will be transformative like no previous mobile generation – with significant impacts on the way we live and work.
MobileMuster, the mobile phone industry’s product stewardship program, recognised the efforts of local councils who have dramatically increased their collections and helped make recycling more accessible to the community.
Policymakers at the recent Tokyo 5G conference acknowledge the need to get policy settings right to enable timely development of 5G
The new Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Senator the Hon Arthur Sinodinos AO, has acknowledged the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its importance to Australia.
The supply, possession and operation of mobile phone jammers in Australia is prohibited by the Australian Communications and Media Authority as such devices can cause significant interference to radiocommunications services, including mobile phone networks.
Can partnering with social causes and charities help to incentivise people and give them another reason why they should declutter and recycle?
The inaugural GSMA Mobile Connectivity Index shows that Australia performs exceptionally well and consistently as the top ranked nation in the 2016 GSMA Index. The Index measures the performance of 134 countries, accounting for more than 95% of the world’s population, against the key enablers of mobile internet connectivity. Importantly, it tells us how specific countries and clusters of countries are performing. In short, Australia is regarded as a leader and our scores reflect a high degree of industry commitment, technical innovation and investment. What are the enablers and how are they measured? The enablers of mobile internet connectivity that inform the indicators selected for the Index are: Infrastructure – the availability of high-performance mobile internet network coverage (Australia’s score: 73.