A newly published study has questioned whether Australians have now lost interest in their national broadband network, the NBN, given the time it is taking to roll out the network nationally and the negative stories about disappointing speeds and connection issues.
Telecommunications consumer interest lobby group Australian Communications Consumer Action Network says new industry standards to help consumers make a smooth transition to Australia's national broadband network, the NBN, will go some way to reducing problems, raised with it by consumers frustrated by their transition experiences.
Students participating in a STEM skills initiative by national broadband network company NBN Co have presented their ideas during an online "Futurist’s Fair" after completing a three-month period of brainstorming.
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