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Watchdog mulls naked mandate for Telstra 
NBN Co builds for video, sharing 
Retail service providers to approach customers with confidence for first time.
Optus won't rule out co-funding Coalition backhaul 
Reports quarterly growth in mobile subscribers.
iiNet pays $60m for AAPT consumer business 
Telecom New Zealand in Aussie asset sale.
iiNet unveils price of Bonded DSL service 
DSL price collapse holding back dual-band routers, says D-Link 
Netspace joins ISP ranks with Naked DSL 
Netspace has joined the likes of iiNet, Internode, gotalk and Exetel by launching a new Naked DSL service.
Optus fat pipe backs Sanity music service 
Optus is providing a 500 Gb/sec fat pipe behind Sanity Entertainment’s new online music subscription service, Loadit.
Engin reportedly planning Naked DSL service 
After facing two straight years of financial losses, VOIP provider Engin are reportedly gearing up to launch Naked DSL, in a last ditch effort to attract customers.
Naked DSL takes off for iiNet 
iiNet is celebrating its decision to offer Naked DSL last year, with figures indicating over 20,000 households across Australia have taken up the service so far.
WiMax woos subscribers away from DSL 
Fixed WiMax subscribers to top 13 million by 2013, say analysts.
Can Naked DSL force Telstra to loosen its belt? 
With ISPs now able to strip away line rental and offer Naked DSL, should Telstra be worried?
Adam Internet uncovers Naked DSL for 2008 
South Australian-based ISP, Adam Internet, is jumping on the Naked DSL bandwagon, announcing it will launch its Unconditioned Local Loop (ULL) broadband service in early 2008, ...
iiNet cuts the cord and delivers nation-wide Naked DSL 
iiNet has unveiled its long awaited and Australia’s first nation-wide Naked DSL broadband service which eliminates the need to pay telephone line rental for ADSL2+ internet access.
Internode wants Telstra 'rejects' to trial Naked DSL 
Internode is calling on Telstra rejects to trial its new “Naked DSL” broadband service which frees customers from the need to pay line rental by offering ADSL2+ broadband and a ...
PacNet launch 8mbps businness DSL service 
Pacific Internet has announced its move into the higher end of the business broadband market.
DSL prices fall to all-time low 
Global pricing for DSL broadband services fell by 9.3 per cent in the second quarter of 2006, claims ananlysts.
Pacific Internet adds Optus for premium DSL 
Pacific Internet has added Optus as a new wholesale provider of premium DSL services to meet rising business customer demand.
New rules for faster broadband 
A new industry code and technical standard has been registered by the ACA which will allow faster broadband services through existing telephone lines.
Pacific Internet gives voice to channel 
Pacific Internet has announced availability of its fixed line voice service, Pacific Voice, to channel partners.
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Issue: 347 | March 2016

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.