Telstra joins the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group

Following from our recent Carrier Advisory Group announcement, we’re delighted to announce Telstra has joined the group to shape the priorities of the Ubuntu team delivering our mobile experience. Telstra is recognised for its focus on the corporate market, a key audience for Ubuntu, with its strong security profile and convergence capabilities.

“At Telstra we are always looking to provide our customers with choice” said David Powell, General Manager  Device Experience, Telstra. “ This includes looking into new technology and mobile operating systems currently being developed. We are excited to be a part of the Carrier Advisory Group and are looking forwarded to working with Ubuntu.”

National and multi-national carriers are invited to join the CAG. Members of the CAG participate in confidential briefings on the Ubuntu smartphone roadmap and will have a period of exclusivity to ship Ubuntu in their markets. To join, please contact https://pages.canonical.com/carrier-advisory-group-contact-us.html. For more information please visit: www.ubuntu.com/phone/carrier-advisory-group.

 

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