Nokia and NBN Co, the company building Australia’s national broadband network, have announced another "significant milestone" in their partnership, with the deployment of the first G.fast-capable Distribution Point Units onto the NBN.
It is critical that the rollout of 5G in Australia is done in a way that promotes competition and works for the benefit of consumers, according to the chief of the competition watchdog, Rod Sims.
New Zealand’s largest telco Spark says it is on track to start providing 5G services to consumers and businesses from 2020, following the success of trials of the technology.
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