Internet Australia has again called for an end to what it calls “the politics of the NBN” and urged politicians to get behind a new bipartisan broadband policy before it is too late.
Internet services provider MyRepublic has launched a competition, dubbed Gigatown, to demonstrate the benefits Ultra-Fast Next Generation Fibre can deliver and to “prove that Australians want access” to premium fibre products at a fair price.
EXCLUSIVE: The newly appointed chair of Internet Australia, Anne Hurley, has reacted angrily to a media report that she has backed away from IA’s advocacy of a full-fibre network for the National Broadband Network (NBN).
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