NBN provider MyRepublic has "paid penalties totalling $25,200 following the ACCC issuing two infringement notices for alleged false or misleading representations about its NBN service performance".
Seeking to kick Telstra while it's down, and make Optus' customer limits to its unlimited offer look silly, Vodafone has stuck the knife in by upping its data limits even before launch.
So much for politicians suggesting 25Mbps would be enough, with NBN Co reporting the number of Australian homes and business connected to higher speed NBN plans "has more than doubled with new figures revealing more than one million people have upgraded their internet speeds in the last four months".
That's a shame they decided to decommission such a cool distro. Any decent CentOS8 forks yet?
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