Internet services provider MyRepublic has launched a competition, dubbed Gigatown, to demonstrate the benefits Ultra-Fast Next Generation Fibre can deliver and to “prove that Australians want access” to premium fibre products at a fair price.
NBN chief executive Bill Morrow has copped a barrage of criticism from the Information Technology Professionals Association, with his recent statements on the network being described as "absurd" and "stupendously ignorant and arrogant".
Internet service provider MyRepublic has dismissed as "bullshit" a statement by NBN Co Chief executive Bill Morrow that Australians do not want super-fast broadband and would not take it up even if it was offered free.
Because hardwired connections to drones, trucks, cars, phones, smart watches, etc don't make sense, that's why.
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