Video conferencing has changed the way we communicate in business, improving efficiencies, productivity, reducing costs and improving engagement. By using the best video conferencing hardware and the latest software solutions, organisations across Australia are now better connected, not only to each other and to their partners, but to their markets - both domestically and globally.
Australia may be the cheapest place for broadband in the Oceania region but it ranks a lowly 84 globally. The cheapest broadband packages in 195 countries surveyed by the UK's Cable.co.uk site was in Ukraine and cost US$5 per month. The most expensive was in Mauritania, cost US$768.16 – and was slow, at just 0.7Mbps.
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