Exetel signs exclusive deal to resell Optus NBN 
Two-year agreement for aggregation services.
 
Being acquired: the reality 
[Event] The hard truths of selling your business, according to Ensyst and Breeze.
 
Datacom, Optus win FireEye partner awards 
[Photos] Check out the Australian winners.
 
Optus net profit up 20%, despite prepaid, mobile broadband decline 
 
Optus moves into Skype territory with wi-fi calls 
 
Networking experts connect at Juniper's Australian partner conference 
[PHOTOS] Who did we spot at Sydney's Dockside on Thursday 6 August?
 
Optus to kill off 2G in two years 
Virgin Mobile, Optus Wholesale and Amaysim providers will be affected.
 
Vodafone taps 7000 resellers with landmark Synnex deal 
 
Optus scores Australian-first with voice biometrics for ATO 
 
Optus launches unlimited broadband plans for $95 
 
1800 'free call' numbers now actually free from mobiles 
Optus and Telstra join Vodafone in bearing the cost.
 
Optus reseller Amaysim poised for $300m ASX float 
SIM-only, low-cost mobile provider now has 700,000 subscribers.
 
Woolworths is a mobile reseller… again 
This time flogging Telstra 3G, after Optus venture closed in 2013.
 
Woolworths becomes wholesale Telstra 3G supplier 
Supermarket offers white label mobile to resellers.
 
Behind the ICT evolution at Optus 
10 key milestones for Optus Business.
 
Optus reveals how channel fits into carrier's cloud 
 
Around the stands at Optus Vision 2015 
[Photos] See who we spotted at Sydney's Town Hall on 27 May.
 
How Optus will bridge Azure, AWS, Cisco and more 
 
Telstra tops national telco complaints list 
Most complained about telco in Australia, reports TIO.
 
Optus Business harvests $160m from ICT services in one quarter 
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Issue: 341 | August 2015

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.