Ways of improving broadband access in rural, regional and remote Australia were under the spotlight at a meeting on Tuesday between the regional telecommunications lobby group the Regional, Rural and Remote Communications Coalition (RRRCC) and the executive team from NBN Co.
Telecommunications consumer interest group ACCAN is pressuring Optus to follow Telstra and Vodafone and ban third-party mobile subscriptions.
The peak body representing consumer interests in telecommunications has called for greater transparency and accountability about service performance by the National Broadband Network.
What's with this 50MBPS and 100MBPS BS? Airport lounge WiFi in San Francisco: 135MBPS. In Dubai 230MBPS.
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Thanks Sam for debunking these alternative facts