The green box that represents everything wrong with Australia's long-fumbling attempts to give its citizens the speedy internet access they're clamoring for.
Additional safeguards in place for consumers migrating to the NBN come into effect on September 21.
The ISP gave some customers an ultimatum to switch to the NBN in 30 days or have their service cut off.
With just months left in the top job, NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow hasn't held back in revealing his issues with the NBN's current rollout.
Hey, Australia! Turns out you're not stoked with the service you're getting on the NBN. But NBN Co is trying to see the bright side.
First we had Fibre to the Home, then we got Fibre to the Node. Now NBN Co is rolling out "Fibre to the Curb"...
After more than four years heading up one of Australia's most politicised projects, the CEO of NBN Co will step down at the end of this year.
Following the ACCC's investigations into Telstra and Optus, the TPG-owned ISPs have been exposed for misleading customers on NBN speeds.
NBN Co is talking up its achievements in a new monthly progress report. But there's one detail missing (and it could really impact your speeds).
In 2026, the Australian government says we'll only need broadband speeds of 49Mbps. Over in New Zealand, they're clocking 20 times that speed in 2018.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull previously called a 100-megabit-per-second plan a "torching of taxpayers' money."
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.