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Adelaide Now
Telstra feeling pressure of NBN rolloutdrives prices down. Mr Freeman said that trend would become more pronounced as
Adelaide Now / Posted 35 minutes ago
drives prices down. Mr Freeman said that trend would become more pronounced as the migration of wholesale customers to the NBN took away about $3 billion in revenue annually and rival TPG Telecom launched its mobile network. “I would be saying for... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Telstra feeling pressure of NBN rolloutdrives prices down. Mr Freeman said that trend would become more pronounced as
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 hours ago
drives prices down. Mr Freeman said that trend would become more pronounced as the migration of wholesale customers to the NBN took away about $3 billion in revenue annually and rival TPG Telecom launched its mobile network. “I would be saying for... Read more
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Herald Sun
Telstra feeling pressure of NBN rolloutdrives prices down. Mr Freeman said that trend would become more pronounced as
Herald Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
drives prices down. Mr Freeman said that trend would become more pronounced as the migration of wholesale customers to the NBN took away about $3 billion in revenue annually and rival TPG Telecom launched its mobile network. “I would be saying for... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Telstra feeling pressure of NBN rolloutdrives prices down. Mr Freeman said that trend would become more pronounced as
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
drives prices down. Mr Freeman said that trend would become more pronounced as the migration of wholesale customers to the NBN took away about $3 billion in revenue annually and rival TPG Telecom launched its mobile network. “I would be saying for... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Multiculturalism key in Australia Day celebrations says ambassadora good career, it’s been very diverse. I’ve worked in everything from governmen
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 hours ago
a good career, it’s been very diverse. I’ve worked in everything from government legislation to laptops for children and NBN,” he said. As part of the Australia Day celebrations there will be free entry to the Dubbo Regional Aquatic Centre... Read more
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Canberra Times
Column 8I can't recall what I said next, but I'll never forget Siri's retort: "We don't
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
I can't recall what I said next, but I'll never forget Siri's retort: "We don't like language like that." "In much of the NBN discussion, the term Fibre To The Curb (FTTC) is starting to be used quite widely," observes John Range, of Denistone.... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Aussie’s secret plan for Amazoncustomers waiting to be connected to the National Broadband Network and plans t
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
customers waiting to be connected to the National Broadband Network and plans to fix this by offering his own Kogan.com NBN service in the coming months. “With the NBN, we are in a position where we have all these teclos with fixed... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Aussie’s secret plan for Amazoncustomers waiting to be connected to the National Broadband Network and plans t
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
customers waiting to be connected to the National Broadband Network and plans to fix this by offering his own Kogan.com NBN service in the coming months. “With the NBN, we are in a position where we have all these teclos with fixed... Read more
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News.com.au
Aussie’s secret plan for Amazoncustomers waiting to be connected to the National Broadband Network and plans t
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
customers waiting to be connected to the National Broadband Network and plans to fix this by offering his own Kogan.com NBN service in the coming months. “With the NBN, we are in a position where we have all these teclos with fixed... Read more
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The Age
Column 8I can't recall what I said next, but I'll never forget Siri's retort: "We don't
The Age / Posted yesterday
I can't recall what I said next, but I'll never forget Siri's retort: "We don't like language like that." "In much of the NBN discussion, the term Fibre To The Curb (FTTC) is starting to be used quite widely," observes John Range, of Denistone.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Column 8I can't recall what I said next, but I'll never forget Siri's retort: "We don't
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
I can't recall what I said next, but I'll never forget Siri's retort: "We don't like language like that." "In much of the NBN discussion, the term Fibre To The Curb (FTTC) is starting to be used quite widely," observes John Range, of Denistone.... Read more
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The Border Mail
Government has ‘no idea’ about dodgy NBN: Cathy McGowanfederal government has rejected a recommendation to establish a regional and re
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
federal government has rejected a recommendation to establish a regional and remote reference group to deal with poor NBN service, in a move Cathy McGowan has labelled “inadequate”. Most of the 23 recommendations from the parliamentary... Read more
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The Age
The Australian Open: Putting players' health above the financial gainThen the politicians, and prime minister, talked of super internet speeds, simi
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Then the politicians, and prime minister, talked of super internet speeds, similar to those in South Korea. So the NBN was born. The result? Australia has incurred serious debt and a nightmare system. The NBN has proved problematic, is... Read more
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Motley Fool
3 S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries shares to watchat due to its strong core business and its recent expansion into offering home
Motley Fool / Posted 3 days ago
at due to its strong core business and its recent expansion into offering home energy plans and low-cost Amaysim-branded NBN plans. I believe these recent ventures could provide the company with significant growth in earnings if it is successful... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Slap director latest to struggle with NBN connectionfrom several telecommunications companies in his letterbox, all telling him his
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
from several telecommunications companies in his letterbox, all telling him his Melbourne home was ready to connect to the NBN. Robert Connolly started the process to get onto the NBN in late-2017. Photo: Chris Hopkins Four months later, after... Read more
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The Age
The Slap director latest to struggle with NBN connectionfrom several telecommunications companies in his letterbox, all telling him his
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
from several telecommunications companies in his letterbox, all telling him his Melbourne home was ready to connect to the NBN. Robert Connolly started the process to get onto the NBN in late-2017. Photo: Chris Hopkins Four months later, after... Read more
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The Age
Looking for substance in Quinoa Keneallygoods by rail. Other countries of similar geographical size (e.g. the US) do it
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
goods by rail. Other countries of similar geographical size (e.g. the US) do it. Why can't we? Martin Turner, Cherrybrook NBN a costly, second-rate mess Mitch Fifield's disingenuous and self-defensive guff won't wash with the many thousands of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Looking for substance in Quinoa Keneallygoods by rail. Other countries of similar geographical size (e.g. the US) do it
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
goods by rail. Other countries of similar geographical size (e.g. the US) do it. Why can't we? Martin Turner, Cherrybrook NBN a costly, second-rate mess Mitch Fifield's disingenuous and self-defensive guff won't wash with the many thousands of... Read more
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WA Today
The Slap director latest to struggle with NBN connectionfrom several telecommunications companies in his letterbox, all telling him his
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
from several telecommunications companies in his letterbox, all telling him his Melbourne home was ready to connect to the NBN. Robert Connolly started the process to get onto the NBN in late-2017. Photo: Chris Hopkins Four months later, after... Read more
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Canberra Times
It's time for tougher laws on trucks to keep all road users safeDay, as Michael Pembroke argues, with a national public holiday on another date
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
Day, as Michael Pembroke argues, with a national public holiday on another date.Lesley Russell, Netherby (SA)Expensive NBN mess Sometimes you wonder if both major parties got it right by going with NBN. ("NBN's top speeds to leave many... Read more
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Motley Fool
4 shares for value investors to buy in 2018?with those of its peers in the telecommunications sector, has been beaten down
Motley Fool / Posted 5 days ago
with those of its peers in the telecommunications sector, has been beaten down on fears the National Broadband Network (NBN) will increase competition and squeeze profit margins of the incumbents. Firstly, I think TPG’s selloff was an... Read more
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The Age
It's time for tougher laws on trucks to keep all road users safeDay, as Michael Pembroke argues, with a national public holiday on another date
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Day, as Michael Pembroke argues, with a national public holiday on another date.Lesley Russell, Netherby (SA)Expensive NBN mess Sometimes you wonder if both major parties got it right by going with NBN. ("NBN's top speeds to leave many... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
It's time for tougher laws on trucks to keep all road users safeDay, as Michael Pembroke argues, with a national public holiday on another date
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Day, as Michael Pembroke argues, with a national public holiday on another date.Lesley Russell, Netherby (SA)Expensive NBN mess Sometimes you wonder if both major parties got it right by going with NBN. ("NBN's top speeds to leave many... Read more
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The North West Star
It's a tricky question but it gets a speedy response: How's your broadband working?away from my home. They used to have cable internet and no problems, until they
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
away from my home. They used to have cable internet and no problems, until they did the right thing and connected to the NBN after receiving a letter encouraging that.Then, from 8am until 5pm, they would have no internet and no landline. "Why... Read more
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Canberra Times
Truth about NBN is that Australians do not want to pay for internet speed they do not needwith their wallets and choosing more affordable internet plans that deliver the
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
with their wallets and choosing more affordable internet plans that deliver the services they are after. Analysis by NBN shows that entertainment services like Netflix account for the largest proportion of the network's usage. Photo: Lee... Read more
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The Age
Education: Teacher quality about more than top marks If the driver's foot slips on the brake pedal, the ensuing accident will be cat
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
If the driver's foot slips on the brake pedal, the ensuing accident will be catastrophic. Rod Andrew, MalmsburyBring NBN into line As an NBN user in Northcote whose service is delivered via fibre to the node, then uses an existing cable for... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Darwin CBD connects to National Broadband NetworkCable guys: Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, right, with ALP candidate for the federa
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Cable guys: Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, right, with ALP candidate for the federal seat of Lingiari, Luke Gosling, fly the NBN flag in Darwin. (AAP: Shane Eecen) Darwin's central business district has been connected to the National Broadband... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NBN standstill fearedFears a pay dispute will stall work on the NBN Sorry, this video has expired
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Fears a pay dispute will stall work on the NBN Sorry, this video has expired There are growing concerns the Tasmanian rollout of the National Broadband Network could come to a standstill, because of a contractual dispute. NBN Co's Tasmanian... Read more
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News.com.au
Plan to ‘electrocute’ drowsy drivers slammedcrash. Five people have died in three separate crashes involving trucks on NSW
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
crash. Five people have died in three separate crashes involving trucks on NSW roads since Monday. Picture: Lily Cardis / NBN NewsSource:Channel 9 “Instead of blaming drivers, the minister must ensure that all levels of the supply chain take... Read more
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The Age
Truth about NBN is that Australians do not want to pay for internet speed they do not needwith their wallets and choosing more affordable internet plans that deliver the
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
with their wallets and choosing more affordable internet plans that deliver the services they are after. Analysis by NBN shows that entertainment services like Netflix account for the largest proportion of the network's usage. Photo: Lee... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Truth about NBN is that Australians do not want to pay for internet speed they do not needwith their wallets and choosing more affordable internet plans that deliver the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
with their wallets and choosing more affordable internet plans that deliver the services they are after. Analysis by NBN shows that entertainment services like Netflix account for the largest proportion of the network's usage. Photo: Lee... Read more
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WA Today
'You don't understand': Government junks swathe of NBN recommendationspoor consumer experiences, and issued 23 recommendations for improvement. The
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
poor consumer experiences, and issued 23 recommendations for improvement. The government has described a report about the NBN as \"misdirected\". Photo: Peter Braig The government has disagreed with nine of those, saying some were "unnecessary",... Read more
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The Age
'You don't understand': Government junks swathe of NBN recommendationspoor consumer experiences, and issued 23 recommendations for improvement. The
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
poor consumer experiences, and issued 23 recommendations for improvement. The government has described a report about the NBN as \"misdirected\". Photo: Peter Braig The government has disagreed with nine of those, saying some were "unnecessary",... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'You don't understand': Government junks swathe of NBN recommendationspoor consumer experiences, and issued 23 recommendations for improvement. The
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
poor consumer experiences, and issued 23 recommendations for improvement. The government has described a report about the NBN as \"misdirected\". Photo: Peter Braig The government has disagreed with nine of those, saying some were "unnecessary",... Read more
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Junkee
Here's Yet More Proof That The NBN Is Turning Into A Huge Clusterfuckhearing about what a giant clusterfuck the National Broadband Network has becom
Junkee / Posted 5 days ago
hearing about what a giant clusterfuck the National Broadband Network has become? Well, sorry, but here’s some more news: NBN Co, the government-owned company that runs the NBN, just quietly admitted that its cost-cutting, fibre-to-the-node... Read more
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News.com.au
NBN rollout a ‘monumental stuff-up’: Laborminister Terri Butler made the comments on Wednesday in response to news three-
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
minister Terri Butler made the comments on Wednesday in response to news three-in-four Australians connected to the NBN via a neighbourhood node wouldn't be able to access its top speeds. In response to a Senate committee, NBN Co estimated... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Just one quarter of NBN users connected via fibre-to-the-node will be able to get the maximum 100Mbps speedWhen the National Broadband Network (NBN) roll out concludes in 2020, less than
Business Insider Australia / Posted 5 days ago
When the National Broadband Network (NBN) roll out concludes in 2020, less than a quarter of customers connected via fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) — the cheaper alternative advocated by former communications minister and now prime minister Malcolm... Read more
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Mumbrella
YouTube tightens monetisation criteria amid brand safety concernscommunity guidelines strikes, we will remove that user’s accounts and channels
Mumbrella / Posted 5 days ago
community guidelines strikes, we will remove that user’s accounts and channels from YouTube.” Kia, Holden, Telstra, the nbn and the federal government have all previously announced they would be pulling their advertising spend until YouTube... Read more
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Daily Mail
Gardener propositions customer pay in 'sex act' for overdue billnaked...'I'm sorry, we just aren't comfortable hiring a male au...Man who posed
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
naked...'I'm sorry, we just aren't comfortable hiring a male au...Man who posed as a Good Samaritan and offered to house...NBN technician, 25, avoids jail after stealing more than 80... Share this article Screenshots of her conversation with the... Read more
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Canberra Times
NBN admits three in four FTTN customers won't get top speedsas it struggles to deliver the service that would underpin its financial worth
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
as it struggles to deliver the service that would underpin its financial worth and the taxpayer investment in it. Some NBN users will not have access to 100 Mbps speeds by 2020. Photo: Daniel Munoz What the NBN response shows is that when the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Only a quarter of fibre-to-the-node NBN connections will reach 100MbpsNBN's fibre-to-the-node connections won't provide top speeds to all consumers,
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
NBN's fibre-to-the-node connections won't provide top speeds to all consumers, figures show Photo: NBN Co has conceded that most Australians with fibre-to-the-node will not be able to get top internet speeds. (Supplied: NBN Co) A former executive... Read more
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WA Today
Southern Cross Austereo takes $5 million stake in telco startupsaid. Another plan proving popular with customers is the 100GB for $100 plan,
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
said. Another plan proving popular with customers is the 100GB for $100 plan, positioned for those “frustrated with the NBN”. Now the two companies are in partnership, it will make Southern Cross Austereo a top five shareholder of OVO Mobile,... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Government slaps down calls for fibreTHE Turnbull government has rejected a call to direct NBN Co to complete as muc
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
THE Turnbull government has rejected a call to direct NBN Co to complete as much as possible of the remaining direct line network using fibre to the curb or premises. The call came from a parliamentary committee which spent a year examining the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Government slaps down calls for fibreTHE Turnbull government has rejected a call to direct NBN Co to complete as muc
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
THE Turnbull government has rejected a call to direct NBN Co to complete as much as possible of the remaining direct line network using fibre to the curb or premises. The call came from a parliamentary committee which spent a year examining the... Read more
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News.com.au
Government slaps down calls for fibreNBN CEO Bill Morrow addresses public concerns about poor speed and dropouts dur
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
NBN CEO Bill Morrow addresses public concerns about poor speed and dropouts during the current rollout of the National Broadband Network. Government stands by mixed tech NBN in submission to parliamentary committee.Source:Alamy THE Turnbull... Read more
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Inquirier.net
SEC defends decision to revoke Rappler’s licenseany possible contravention of the strict requirements of the 1987 Constitution”
Inquirier.net / Posted 6 days ago
any possible contravention of the strict requirements of the 1987 Constitution” with regard to the issuances of PDRs to NBN Rappler LP and Omidyar Network. It was upon further investigation that the SEC uncovered the violation on the PDRs issued... Read more
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WA Today
NBN admits three in four FTTN customers won't get top speedsas it struggles to deliver the service that would underpin its financial worth
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
as it struggles to deliver the service that would underpin its financial worth and the taxpayer investment in it. Some NBN users will not have access to 100 Mbps speeds by 2020. Photo: Daniel Munoz What the NBN response shows is that when the... Read more
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The Age
NBN admits three in four FTTN customers won't get top speedsas it struggles to deliver the service that would underpin its financial worth
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
as it struggles to deliver the service that would underpin its financial worth and the taxpayer investment in it. Some NBN users will not have access to 100 Mbps speeds by 2020. Photo: Daniel Munoz What the NBN response shows is that when the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NBN admits three in four FTTN customers won't get top speedsas it struggles to deliver the service that would underpin its financial worth
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
as it struggles to deliver the service that would underpin its financial worth and the taxpayer investment in it. Some NBN users will not have access to 100 Mbps speeds by 2020. Photo: Daniel Munoz What the NBN response shows is that when the... Read more
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The Manila Times
Govt letting China survey Benham Rise ‘capitulation’like the JMSU, in exchange for the funds to be given by China [is the approval
The Manila Times / Posted 6 days ago
like the JMSU, in exchange for the funds to be given by China [is the approval of [other requests], like the controversial NBN-ZTE deal,” he said in a news conference at the House of Representatives. The NBN, or the National Broadband Network, was... Read more
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