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  • Free-to-air TV over the NBN?

    Hopes for the provision of free-to-air television over the National Broadband Network (NBN) have been dealt a blow by Free TV Australia, the body representing Australia’s commercial free-to-air (FTA) television broadcasters.

  • NBN Co setting up shop

    NBN Co has announced that it has selected Sydney and Melbourne offices, the latter within shouting distance of key government regulators, the ACMA and ACCC.

  • NBN Co won't dob on job seekers

    The National Broadband Network Company (NBNCo) has poured cold water on reports it will contact the employers of prospect executives who attempt to jump ship from other telecommunications providers.

  • Telstra: NBN good, separation bad

    Telstra has used its appearance at the Senate Standing Committee on telecommunications legislation amendments to reiterate its support for the NBN, and its opposition to the Federal Government’s structural separation bill.

  • Quigley: Too early to confirm equal NBN pricing

    NBNCo chief executive Mike Quigley has told a Senate Select Committee that it is too early to confirm whether wholesale prices for the National Broadband Network ([[xref:http://www.computerworld.com.au/tag/NBN|NBN|Computerworld :: NBN]]) will be the same across the country.

  • NBNco's Quigley to face Senate Committee today

    The man at the helm of the company set up to rollout the Federal Government’s ambitious National Broadband Network (NBN), Mike Quigley, is due to face the Senate Select Committee on the National Broadband Network.