With Telstra receiving payments from NBN Co for each Telstra customer that connects to an NBN connection, Telstra's 5G Home Internet rollout has to be targeted, but promises from 50 to 300Mbps speeds with a 500GB data cap for $85 per month - and there are 215Mbps Superfast and 250Mbps Ultrafast options for FTTP and HFC but not FTTN customers, and faster typical evening speeds, too.
The use and sharing of data by apps, the extent of competition between Google and Apple’s app stores, and whether more pricing transparency is needed in Australia’s mobile apps market, are among issues to be scrutinised by the competition watchdog, the ACCC.
PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT Ricoh, a leading provider of smart workplace technology, has launched PaperCut 20.0 in Australia, enabling organisations to extend the capabilities of their Ricoh devices in line with their own business growth.
Lets hope for a Biden win in November for the worlds sake including Assange's.
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