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M2 Group can lower prices of its Commander small business plans without reducing margins when customers transition to the National Broadband Network (NBN), according to M2 Group CEO Geoff Horth.
The first fixed wireless customer in the Northern Territory has been connected to the National Broadband Network (NBN).
Exetel will offer unmetered streaming of TV and movie programs provided by Quickflix to its customers next year.
iPrimus has connected its first customer to the National Broadband Network’s fixed wireless service in Warrenheip, Victoria.
The copyright infringement scheme put forward by the Communications Alliance and major Australian ISPs has been labelled a “waste of time” by John Linton, chief executive of internet service provider Exetel.
In a bid to educate Australians about illegal downloads, the Communications Alliance has teamed up with Telstra Bigpond, iiNet, Optus, iPrimus and Internode for the creation of a Notice Scheme.
Many internet access plans on the National Broadband Network (NBN) will be cheaper on a per gigabyte usage basis than current ADSL2+ plans.
Residents and businesses participating in the first five mainland trials of the National Broadband Network (NBN) will have access to commercial services over the network following the completion of the trials.
New findings from market research firm, Roy Morgan, have delivered another blow to Vodafone, showing that the telco is now second only to Dodo as worst internet service provider for customer satisfaction.
It has taken less than 24 hours for Primus Telecom to rise to the challenge issued by iiNet yesterday when the latter internet service provider unveiled the local market's first one terabyte (TB) capped plan.
Four of Australia’s biggest Internet service providers (ISPs) have ripped into the Federal Opposition’s broadband policy as failing to provide a competitive market structure.
Up to 70 per cent of Australians will have filtered Internet access under a deal between Telstra, Optus, iPrimus and the Federal Government, Communications Minster Stephen Conroy said today.
Several Internet service providers have backed the Federal Government’s $16 million advertising splash designed to shore-up public support for the National Broadband Network (NBN).
iPrimus, iiNet and Internode will pay $300 per premises connected to NBN Co as part of the Tasmanian stage one rollout of the national broadband network (NBN).
Residential customers of the stage 1 trial sites for the national broadband network (NBN) in Tasmania will receive committed upstream speeds of two to eight megabits per second (Mbps) on the iPrimus network, the service provider's chief executive officer, Ravi Bhatia, has revealed.
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