New Zealand can offer its residents 1Gbps broadband plans for NZ$130 (A$120) a month because the access virtual circuit (AVC) charges are low, the ISP MyRepublic says.
Using current network infrastructure, US cable operator Comcast is trialling DOCSIS 3.1 tech to deliver speeds "up to 1 Gigabit per second" over lines already reaching millions of homes.
While most Australians wait for DOCSIS 3.1 HFC networks, along with FTTN and then FTTdp installations when NBN Co is ready, Lightning Broadband strikes!
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Sam is definitely a paid shill for Chinese interests.