New Zealand’s largest telco Spark has set out on a major programme to upgrade its broadband networks across the country and move as "many as possible" of its customers off old copper networks and onto newer technologies like fibre and wireless broadband.
Internet Australia has reaffirmed its commitment to continue its aggressive and persistent campaign for a return to a fibre-based national broadband network despite the government holding the line on maintaining its mixed technology NBN model.
Residents of Tasmania’s west coast are still expecting the National Broadband Network to be delivered to the region over a fibre-to-the-node network, rather than via a fibre-to-the premises (FttP) network favoured by some, but are awaiting final confirmation from the federal government that it will honour its election commitment to an FttN rollout.
I gave this piece an upvote, but it made me sad reading it
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