Telco BVivid has paid fines totalling $25,000 for making telemarketing calls to consumers in areas transitioning to the NBN that breached Australian Consumer Law.
A review of standard consumer contracts in the New Zealand telecommunications sector has identified 66 terms considered potentially unfair to consumers.
I wonder how long before we get unlimited and fast mobile phone data, that can be shared with home tvs,[…]
Nice article Sam...Let me add that the world isn't holding still either (unlike the current NBN).while Gigabit is currently becoming[…]
so this mtm co, brain fart born out of the pig anus of every doofus who thought the most important[…]
Firstly, the Ookla number (42Mbps upload) seems reasonable when you consider that on the NBN 90% are choosing 50Mbps or[…]
What's with this 50MBPS and 100MBPS BS? Airport lounge WiFi in San Francisco: 135MBPS. In Dubai 230MBPS.