The coalition pushing for improved regional communications services says the federal government’s newly announced broadband monitoring programme doesn’t go far enough and more needs to be done to redress communications problems still plaguing rural and remote areas.
Internet Australia chief executive Laurie Patton has questioned the Federal Minister for Regional Communications, Fiona Nash’s assertion that it is not the fault of NBN Co that users of the network are confused about the speed their broadband plans are meant to provide.
Australian consumers believe they are getting a raw deal from their Internet service providers over the speed of their broadband services, with most of them believing they aren’t getting what they signed up to, and paid for.
the modem is crap and outdated no wifi 6 in it stop defending it mate
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