NBN Co is inviting customers living and working in around 160,000 premises currently served by Fibre to the Curb (FTTC) in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia to upgrade to Fibre to the Premises (FTTP).
Labor responds to the recent Coalition Government spending spree on regional communications by promising more than $600 million of funds to improve connectivity for roads, regional communities and farms.
NBN Co and the Victorian Government announced the second stage of a co-investment agreement, which will see fibre built deeper into more parts of metropolitan and regional Victoria.
NBN fixed wireless download speeds have improved significantly over the past year, the ACCC’s latest Measuring Broadband Australia (MBA) quarterly report shows. Speeds in December 2021 were 93.4% of plan speed during all hours and 79.8% of plan speed during the busy hours of 7-11pm.
NBN Co announced its commitment to setting science-based targets as part of its efforts to reduce emissions and support the nation’s transition to a low carbon economy.
Almost 8.6 million residential broadband services are now on the NBN and 58% are on high speed services of 50 Mbps, with an additional 15% of customers on speeds of over 50 Mbps, the ACCC’s latest NBN Wholesale Market Indicators Report reveals.
More than 8.5 million residential broadband services are now on the NBN, and over 75% of them are on high speed services of at least 50 Mbps, the ACCC’s latest NBN Wholesale Market Indicators Report reveals.
Ericsson announced a landmark multi-year agreement with Verizon to provide its 5G solutions to accelerate the deployment of Verizon's next-generation 5G network in the U.S.
NBN Co announced that it will recommence taking orders from 26 July 2021 to connect new customers to the NBN network via HFC technology.
NBN Co has invited Expressions of Interest from federal, state, territory and local government agencies for the co-funding of projects to lift the digital capabilities of communities in regional and rural Australia.
Australia’s competition regulator the ACCC says a new regulatory model for the National Broadband Network is one step closer after a telecommunications industry roundtable last week brought together NBN Co, broadband retailers, industry groups, consumer representatives and government.
More than 500,000 Australians moved to faster NBN plans in the first quarter of 2021, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says in its latest Wholesale Market Indicators Report.
More than 7.4 million consumers are now connected to the National Broadband Network after the activation of 383,257 new services in the three months to the end of June, according to the competition regulator, the ACCC.
The Australian Labor Party has called for an NBN rebate — and free NBN broadband access for a period of at least 12 months — to help connect families and children with no Internet at home, ensuring access to broadband for children it says are potentially missing out on the benefits of connectivity.
Property developer Kanebridge claims that a fibre-based network that delivers super-fast Internet has been so successful at a masterplanned community in Sydney’s north west that it is now scaling the service to two more developments currently under construction.
Australian Internet users are collectively prepared to spend $267 million in total in one year to get a better Internet access, but they want a steadier service free of buffering and dropouts if they are going to fork out their hard earned cash.
The Australian Labor Party claims the rollout of the Coalition Government's multi-technology mix national broadband network has reached "new depths of confusion", with NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow saying he is thinking of building a 5G wireless network to bypass parts of the copper NBN that are unreliable or corroding.
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow has claimed that some of the problems that led to the postponement of connecting customers to the network through HFC only surfaced recently as the volume of customers who were connecting rose in number.
Telstra’s mobile network is well-positioned to offer superior services to those offered by NBN Co, the company building the national broadband network, according to the latest report by a telecoms analyst.
NBN Co, the builder of the national broadband network, has boosted its team servicing regional and remote communities with the appointment of a dedicated unit aimed at improving the customer experience on its access network.
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