NBN is cutting prices to get more people onto higher speed plans, but ISP MyRepublic says there's one key reason why NBN is focusing on 50Mbps.
NBN is overhauling prices to get you downloading faster.
First Telstra, now Optus -- the competition watchdog is cracking down on ISPs for selling customers NBN speeds their connections just can't support.
The telco is promising to get you through the connection phase and outages, but the footprint is limited for now.
2.5 million Australians face an even longer wait for the NBN.
Tens of thousands of customers were sold high speeds, despite not being able to get these speeds in the real world thanks to the limitations of FTTN.
The wholesaler is under the microscope after growing complaints.
Telstra wants your NBN to be unlimited (in data terms at least)
Forget copper vs. fibre. There's another really big reason why your network speeds are so variable. And there's not much you can do about it.
We're not happy with our phone and internet services, and we're complaining like never before. But there's more to the numbers than bad copper connections.
With the telco even promising to speed test your connection, the only thing left to do is launch the actual service.
The telco wants to get rid of a major pain point when customers start hooking up to its NBN service later this year.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.