Australia’s telcos have urged the Federal Government to to do further work on the Sylvan Review’s recommendations for improving funding of financial counselling.
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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.
NBN Co says it has achieved or exceeded its National Broadband Network construction targets for 25 consecutive months by more than 230,000 premises, making 11.73 million premises ready to connect by 30 June this year.
The forecast number of 5G subscriptions worldwide by 2025 has been raised from 2.6 billion to 2.8 billion, with telecommunications equipment maker Ericsson attributing the additional growth to an increasing number of 5G subscriptions as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic.
Connections to the National Broadband Network are ahead of schedule - with 11.5 million home and businesses already connected - and the Government announcing that network builder NBN Co has already reached its 2019-20 end-of-year target
NBN Co, the operators of the National Broadband Network, is claiming an earlier than planned activation of connections to the network for more than seven million homes and businesses across Australia.
Thirty thousand to 40,000 additional connections are being made every week to the National Broadband Network as the rollout of the network continues.
Phone and Internet complaints by Australian consumers and small businesses declined in the final quarter of 2019, but there’s been a steady 1% increase in complaints when comparing July to December 2019 against the same period in the previous year.
The entry of smaller Retail Service Providers in the NBN wholesale market has put a slight dent in Telstra’s dominance of the market, with the big telco retaining its dominant position despite the RSPs increasing their collective share from 6.8% to 7.1%.
Global cellular M2M service connections will reach 1.6 billion over the next five years rising from 596 million in 2019, driven by embedded SIM adoption, according to a new research report.
More than 10 million homes and businesses are now able to connect to the NBN network with less than 12 months of the build remaining.
A newly published study has questioned whether Australians have now lost interest in their national broadband network, the NBN, given the time it is taking to roll out the network nationally and the negative stories about disappointing speeds and connection issues.
Although NBN Co says 33%, ABS stats say Internet download volumes have increased by 35% between December 2013 and 2014, with plenty more juicy stats!
Wireless trade association, ‘4G Americas’ says LTE connections have reached a milestone of 498 million LTE connections worldwide, with the AP region surpassing North America.
Sydney will be the new home of a huge cable landing station, with New Zealand-based submarine cable company Hawaiki Cable choosing the Sydney Equinix SY3 data centre as its Australian landing station for the 14,000 kilometre cable system.
A new study from Ovum on the mobile market predicts that Asia-Pacific mobile connections will grow to reach 4.2 billion in 2016, while the region's mobile voice revenues will start to decline by 2014.
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