Generally speaking, the more something costs, the less people buy. Not surprisingly, a survey has found that business travellers would like to use their mobiles more to keep in touch with customers and colleagues, but the high cost of roaming is a barrier.
Buyers of LTE devices will have to take a punt on which countries they want to use the devices in because fragmentation of spectrum allocations will make it almost impossible to build devices that will work anywhere.
Service provider and device manufacturer members of the Wi-Fi Alliance have taken the first steps towards enabling users of public Wi-Fi networks to roam seamlessly and securely between the networks of different operators around the world and between cellular and Wi-Fi networks.
The Government were consistently told that their MTM solution was not fit for purpose and the solution was fibre.They chose[…]
I have an ABN somewhere, does that mean I can get fibre?
This is an unbearably good headline :-)
Great Stuff Sam - I wish this could go out to a larger audience.
5G will save us, and the NBN will have to be redone anyway.