News.com explains that Telstra, Australia's largest phone company is being forced to open their network
The article explains that Telstra controls 99% of phone lines to Australian homes, and 75% of "the industry's sales", making them
ten times as large as their biggest rival. With any luck, prices of local calls will drop quite a bit - I hear
my .au friends complain about it all the time. I'm curious to hear
what our Australian readers have to think of this.