National broadband network builder NBN Co has killed off plans to offer a 100/40Mbps fixed-wireless service, with chief executive Bill Morrow confirming the decision at a Senate Estimates committee hearing.
Optus has been fined $1.5 million in the Federal Court for misleading customers by telling them their services would be disconnected if they did not move from its HFC network to the national broadband network.
The competition watchdog, the ACCC, says more and more consumers are receiving higher-speed NBN plans and the 50Mbps plan now makes up 26% of all NBN plans, up from just 4.6% in December 2017.
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