The National Broadband Network has successfully launched its wholesale broadband satellite service Sky Muster which will bring fast broadband access to around 400,000 rural, regional and remote Australians.
iiNet founder and former CEO, Michael Malone, has been appointed to the board of the National Broadband Network (nbn) as a non-executive director to replace Simon Hackett who has left the board after two years and a half years in the role.
The nbn, which is building Australia’s broadband network, has announced a new tiered model for its wholesale Connectivity Virtual Circuit (CVC) charge with a price as low as $11.50 depending on the average CVC bandwidth that industry provisions to all end users.
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