More people are shifting from faster to slower NBN connections, with those on 12Mbps plans increasing to 17.6% of all NBN wholesale services at the end of the December quarter, the competition watchdog reports. The figure at the end of the previous quarter was 16.2%.
The Federal Government's proposed regional broadband scheme, which will impose an industry levy to fund the costs of paying for proving NBN connections in regional areas, is set to go ahead after a Senate inquiry recommended only that a few additional safeguards be adopted.
Singtel Optus has again recorded the highest score or 89.9% in the ACCC's Measuring Broadband Australia quarterly report, a compilation and comparison of broadband scores across the country.
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