The UK has achieved 95% provision of superfast broadband coverage to its residents, reports from a broadband comparison website and the government claim.
The federal government has proposed legislation to establish a Regional Broadband Scheme and the introduction of an industry levy to fund the costs of paying for the provision of the National Broadband Network in unprofitable regional areas.
Dubbed Australia’s fastest ISP, offering commercial and residential buildings faster-than-NBN speeds of up to 400Mbps up and down, Spirit Telecom is definitely high strength.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is opening up “superfast” broadband networks to greater competition, allowing retail service providers access to non-NBN network services.
The ACCC has, almost, finalised the rules that will govern the provision of NBN-type services over non-NBN high speed broadband access networks.
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