TPG-owned Internet service providers iiNet and Internode are compensating thousands of their customers for engaging in misleading or deceptive conduct by promoting and offering NBN plans with maximum speeds that could not be delivered.
iiNet is in many ways a unique ISP. It is one of the few that started life in a garage, following the Silicon Valley model. It used to be very good at providing service. But after being bought by TPG, it only seems to be obsessed with money.
The Internet service provider Exetel has taken the top rank in Netflix's October ratings for Australian ISPs, a measure of the fastest broadband throughput that is issued for all countries where the streaming service operates.
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