National Broadband Network provider NBN Co has launched a campaign featuring new incentives for Internet retailers to sell higher speed broadband plans to customers.
Telstra says it is proud of its 5G service, and has filmed a video showing just how much faster its 5G is to a competitor's, which is very timely with 5G iPhones arriving soon and plenty of other 5G phones already out there, but what about upload speeds?
The NBN Co has responded to the Australian Labor Party's query as to why many FttN services cannot attain the promised minimum 25Mbps download speeds, by pointing out that the main reason is because of the co-existence of legacy services.
NBN speeds and performance declined as Australians followed social distancing instructions to stay home due to COVID-19, but picked up following measures by NBN Co and streaming providers, according to the competition regulator, the ACCC.
Nokia and mobile communication service provider Hutchison 3 Indonesia (3ID) have completed the first 5G end-to-end live network trial in Indonesia.
Underperforming broadband services are still a problem for some consumers, with a newly publish report revealing that 12.4% of consumers continue to experience underperforming services that “rarely come close to reaching their maximum plan speed”.
NBN Co, the company building Australia’s broadband access network, says it has achieved trial download speeds of 994Mbps — or 1Gbps — in technology trials on its hybrid-fibre coaxial access network.
The "race to 5G" and the hype around the mobile technology has led one global analyst firm to question what 5G would deliver to consumers beyond simply increased download speeds.
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