The Government has released its response to the 2011–12 Regional Telecommunications Review, 'Empowering Digital Communities' tabled on 23 May, but has failed to respond positively to the major concerns uncovered by the review: mobile coverage and mobile broadband in particular.
It's coverage o'clock and all's femtocwell, or at least soon should be for Australian consumers, as Optus is first to finally brings the femtocell to trial in Australia on parts of its mobile network after big femtocell deployments overseas on various telcos.
WE NEED NBN 2.0 ~ GUESS WHAT THIS WILL BE... HINT ~ FTTH....
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