Tasmanian-owned telco Launtel has officially launched its Blue Ocean gigabit NBN Internet service promising “lightning fast” services connecting the state with the global gigabit economy.
One word that cannot be used to describe Nicholas Demos is bashful. The head of the small ISP MyRepublic has made a splash after his arrival in Australia last November, with media tactics that tend to remind one of those employed by Ruslan Kogan, the head of online retailer Kogan.com.
Singapore-based ISP MyRepublic will supply 1Gbps connections to 100 of its subscribers of Wollongong who are within a 10km radius of the winner of the company's competition which asked people why fast Internet is important to them.
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