Forcing A Digital Conversion: Not A Rousing G'Day, Mate

Hughes, Owen
January 2000
Wireless Week;01/24/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p12
Trade Publication
Deals with the decision of telecommunication company Telstra to retreat from its plans to replace analog cellular service following protests from rural Australians. Estimation on the reach of its digital coverage; Criticisms against the company; Business competition of the company with Vodafone.


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