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Manning River Times
NBN debacle: Australia has slower internet than KenyaThe bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won'
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
The bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won't be complete until 2020, according to NBN Co., the state-owned company charged with rolling it out. 'Political football' "The whole thing's been a political... Read more
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Perth Now
Telco complaints skyrocket under NBNJudi Jones’ office. Perth suburbs with highest Telco complaints revealed The
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
Judi Jones’ office. Perth suburbs with highest Telco complaints revealed The report does not detail the number of NBN complaints from WA, where less than half of the 506,000 households reached by its network have bothered to switch... Read more
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Sky News Australia
NBN customer complaints rising fastNBN complaints are rising at a faster rate than the number of users, and the in
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 days ago
NBN complaints are rising at a faster rate than the number of users, and the industry ombudsman isn't happy. The proportion of national broadband network customers complaining about faults to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman rose to 0.66... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Which NSW postcodes complain most about the NBNthe government for the timing of a report into the NBN. Australian broadband c
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
the government for the timing of a report into the NBN. Australian broadband complaints surge 64 per cent, TIO says, and NBN complaints more than double Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson, National technology editor, News Corp Australia... Read more
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TheBull
Rise in NBN complaints outpacing rolloutNBN complaints are rising at a faster rate than the number of users, and the in
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
NBN complaints are rising at a faster rate than the number of users, and the industry ombudsman isn't happy. The proportion of national broadband network customers complaining about faults to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman rose to 0.66... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Huge jump in internet complaintsin 2013. As the rollout continues to ramp up, it’s no surprise the number of co
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
in 2013. As the rollout continues to ramp up, it’s no surprise the number of complaints has risen. This time last year, NBN Co. was just shy of 1.2 million active users. This week, the company moved past the milestone of 3 million active... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Huge jump in internet complaintsin 2013. As the rollout continues to ramp up, it’s no surprise the number of co
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
in 2013. As the rollout continues to ramp up, it’s no surprise the number of complaints has risen. This time last year, NBN Co. was just shy of 1.2 million active users. This week, the company moved past the milestone of 3 million active... Read more
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News.com.au
Huge jump in internet complaintsin 2013. As the rollout continues to ramp up, it’s no surprise the number of co
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
in 2013. As the rollout continues to ramp up, it’s no surprise the number of complaints has risen. This time last year, NBN Co. was just shy of 1.2 million active users. This week, the company moved past the milestone of 3 million active... Read more
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Herald Sun
Not happy, NBN: complaints soarMost complaints to the TIO centred on internet access during 2016-2017. Ms Jon
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Most complaints to the TIO centred on internet access during 2016-2017. Ms Jones said the TIO had expected a rise in NBN complaints as more households and businesses connected to the network but called the scale of grievances “a concerning... Read more
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News.com.au
Tassie internet angst skyrocketsall had extensive work done in this regard and Tasmania has had more work than
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
all had extensive work done in this regard and Tasmania has had more work than other parts of county,” he said. However, NBN Co Tasmania manager Russell Kelly said the state had the lowest rate of internet complaints per activated premises in... Read more
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News.com.au
Not happy, NBN: complaints soarTIO centred on internet access during 2016-2017.Source:News Corp Australia Ms
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
TIO centred on internet access during 2016-2017.Source:News Corp Australia Ms Jones said the TIO had expected a rise in NBN complaints as more households and businesses connected to the network but called the scale of grievances “a concerning... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Not happy, NBN: complaints soarMost complaints to the TIO centred on internet access during 2016-2017. Ms Jon
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
Most complaints to the TIO centred on internet access during 2016-2017. Ms Jones said the TIO had expected a rise in NBN complaints as more households and businesses connected to the network but called the scale of grievances “a concerning... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why I’m tempted to buy Telstra Corporation Ltd shares at $3.20net recurring EBITDA impact of negative $2-3 billion. The market’s negative re
Motley Fool / Posted 4 days ago
net recurring EBITDA impact of negative $2-3 billion. The market’s negative reaction to this was made worse after the NBN Co rejected Telstra’s plan to create an investment vehicle to securitise $5.5 billion in recurring payments it will... Read more
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The Young Witness
Last nail in the coffin of the NBNsocial development. IA has consistently called for a bipartisan rethink and an
The Young Witness / Posted 7 days ago
social development. IA has consistently called for a bipartisan rethink and an agreed plan to solve a looming crisis facing NBN Co. "The Joint Standing Committee is correct. We need to abandon the FTTN rollout immediately”. However, a dissenting... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
NBN pain for future gainfull-time on the NBN (complaints).’’ Dr Freelander blamed the service problems
Daily Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
full-time on the NBN (complaints).’’ Dr Freelander blamed the service problems on the age of the copper network and NBN connection to the node rather than to the person’s house.media_cameraPrime MinisterMalcolm Turnbull inspects NBN work in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Faster NBN connections should go to all Canberra homes: Labor's Gai Brodtmanncontinued building a slower fibre-to-the-node network in the city. Every Canbe
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
continued building a slower fibre-to-the-node network in the city. Every Canberra home and business should receive an NBN connection using superior technology such as fibre-to-the-node or fibre-to-the-premises, a local Labor MP says. Photo:... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Downloads down under lag ex-Soviet blocThe bill has soared to between A$47 billion and A$51 billion and the network wo
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 11 days ago
The bill has soared to between A$47 billion and A$51 billion and the network won't be complete until 2020, according to NBN Co., the state-owned company charged with rolling it out. "The whole thing's been a political football from the start,"... Read more
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Western Advocate
ACCC set to take NBN providers to court over slow broadbandadvertise. Mr Sims said his commission was seeking access to internal network
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
advertise. Mr Sims said his commission was seeking access to internal network information from broadband wholesaler NBN Co, which would help verify its own speed monitoring and make it easier to take action against retail providers if their... Read more
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The Age
Faster NBN connections should go to all Canberra homes: Labor's Gai Brodtmanncontinued building a slower fibre-to-the-node network in the city. Every Canbe
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
continued building a slower fibre-to-the-node network in the city. Every Canberra home and business should receive an NBN connection using superior technology such as fibre-to-the-node or fibre-to-the-premises, a local Labor MP says. Photo:... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Faster NBN connections should go to all Canberra homes: Labor's Gai Brodtmanncontinued building a slower fibre-to-the-node network in the city. Every Canbe
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
continued building a slower fibre-to-the-node network in the city. Every Canberra home and business should receive an NBN connection using superior technology such as fibre-to-the-node or fibre-to-the-premises, a local Labor MP says. Photo:... Read more
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Canberra Times
Malcolm Turnbull defends NBN rollout, says comparison to Kenyan internet is 'rubbish'the public, but says the issues are related to marketing and customer service,
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
the public, but says the issues are related to marketing and customer service, not the network's technology itself. "[NBN Co has] got to improve the installation experience. That's a people management, a process management issue. And they're... Read more
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WA Today
Malcolm Turnbull feels public's pain on NBN rolloutthe public, but says the issues are related to marketing and customer service,
WA Today / Posted 14 days ago
the public, but says the issues are related to marketing and customer service, not the network's technology itself. "[NBN Co has] got to improve the installation experience. That's a people management, a process management issue. And they're... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Malcolm Turnbull defends NBN rollout, says comparison to Kenyan internet is 'rubbish'the public, but says the issues are related to marketing and customer service,
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
the public, but says the issues are related to marketing and customer service, not the network's technology itself. "[NBN Co has] got to improve the installation experience. That's a people management, a process management issue. And they're... Read more
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The Age
Malcolm Turnbull defends NBN rollout, says comparison to Kenyan internet is 'rubbish'the public, but says the issues are related to marketing and customer service,
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
the public, but says the issues are related to marketing and customer service, not the network's technology itself. "[NBN Co has] got to improve the installation experience. That's a people management, a process management issue. And they're... Read more
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Weekly Times
Move to end data droughtsaid. “For the first time, customers will be able to purchase plans of more th
Weekly Times / Posted 14 days ago
said. “For the first time, customers will be able to purchase plans of more than 100 gigabytes a month of peak data, via NBN Co. A plan of 100 gigabytes a month of data at peak times and another 150 off-peak is expected to cost around $120 a... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The latest parliamentary report into the NBN shows the debate is broadband's Groundhog Dayinternet policy? What did the report say? The report makes 23 recommendations
Business Insider Australia / Posted 15 days ago
internet policy? What did the report say? The report makes 23 recommendations. These range from recommending that the NBN cost and plan for a switch for all remaining Fibre to the Node (FTTN) connections to use Fibre to the Curb (FTTC),... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NBN debacle: Australia has slower internet than KenyaThe bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won'
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
The bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won't be complete until 2020, according to NBN Co., the state-owned company charged with rolling it out. 'Political football' "The whole thing's been a political... Read more
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Canberra Times
Life in the slow lane: Australia has slower internet than KenyaThe bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won'
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
The bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won't be complete until 2020, according to NBN Co., the state-owned company charged with rolling it out.'Political football' "The whole thing's been a political... Read more
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WA Today
Life in the slow lane: Australia has slower internet than KenyaThe bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won'
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
The bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won't be complete until 2020, according to NBN Co., the state-owned company charged with rolling it out.'Political football' "The whole thing's been a political... Read more
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The Age
Life in the slow lane: Australia has slower internet than KenyaThe bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won'
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
The bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won't be complete until 2020, according to NBN Co., the state-owned company charged with rolling it out.'Political football' "The whole thing's been a political... Read more
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The Border Mail
Verdict on regional rollout of the NBN : ‘We can do it better’of the majority of committee members to stand by 23 recommendations, including
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
of the majority of committee members to stand by 23 recommendations, including advising the federal government to require NBN Co to complete as much of the remaining fixed line network as possible using fibre to the curb or premise. “By far, the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Life in the slow lane: Australia has slower internet than KenyaThe bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
The bill has soared to between $47 billion and $51 billion and the network won't be complete until 2020, according to NBN Co., the state-owned company charged with rolling it out.'Political football' "The whole thing's been a political... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Watchdog needed to help protect frustrated NBN customers, report saysrules and stronger watchdog, parliamentary report finds A federal parliamentar
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
rules and stronger watchdog, parliamentary report finds A federal parliamentary report has called for an overhaul of how NBN Co is policed, citing regular concerns about the performance of the National Broadband Network and compensation for... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
IPs could face regulation over no connections at new developmentsbecause the area was due to be connected to the NBN and the infrastructure woul
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
because the area was due to be connected to the NBN and the infrastructure would therefore become the responsibility of NBN Co. Mr James thought getting a connection would be straightforward, particularly as his neighbour had recently been... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Uber fights for London licencecapital raised by the sale of its life insurance and global asset management bu
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 25 days ago
capital raised by the sale of its life insurance and global asset management businesses, according to UBS analysts. NBN — NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016/17, but only a third of it was... Read more
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News.com.au
Uber fights for London licencecapital raised by the sale of its life insurance and global asset management bu
News.com.au / Posted 25 days ago
capital raised by the sale of its life insurance and global asset management businesses, according to UBS analysts. NBN — NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016/17, but only a third of it was... Read more
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Perth Now
$3.6m payday for NBN bossthe $5.6 million salary paid to her predecessor Ahmed Fahour. Million-dollar p
Perth Now / Posted 27 days ago
the $5.6 million salary paid to her predecessor Ahmed Fahour. Million-dollar packages were paid to five top executives at NBN Co, its latest annual report reveals. Chief financial officer­ Stephen Rue received $1.35 million including a $290,755... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
$3.6m payday for NBN bossthe $5.6 million salary paid to her predecessor Ahmed Fahour. Million-dollar p
Daily Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
the $5.6 million salary paid to her predecessor Ahmed Fahour. Million-dollar packages were paid to five top executives at NBN Co, its latest annual report reveals. Chief financial officer­ Stephen Rue received $1.35 million including a $290,755... Read more
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News.com.au
$3.6m payday for NBN bossthe $5.6 million salary paid to her predecessor Ahmed Fahour. Million-dollar p
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
the $5.6 million salary paid to her predecessor Ahmed Fahour. Million-dollar packages were paid to five top executives at NBN Co, its latest annual report reveals. Chief financial officer­ Stephen Rue received $1.35 million including a $290,755... Read more
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The Age
NBN CEO Bill Morrow pocketed $3.6m again in 2016-17NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016-17, but only a third of it was linked to how successfully the national broadband network was rolled out. NBN's annual report shows that Mr Morrow received... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NBN CEO Bill Morrow pocketed $3.6m again in 2016-17NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016-17, but only a third of it was linked to how successfully the national broadband network was rolled out. NBN's annual report shows that Mr Morrow received... Read more
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Weekly Times
NBN CEO pocketed $3.6m again in 2016/17NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight
Weekly Times / Posted 27 days ago
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016/17, but only a third of it was linked to how successfully the national broadband network was rolled out. NBN's annual report shows that Mr Morrow received... Read more
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TheBull
NBN CEO pocketed $3.6m again in 2016/17NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight
TheBull / Posted 27 days ago
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016/17, but only a third of it was linked to how successfully the national broadband network was rolled out. NBN's annual report shows that Mr Morrow received... Read more
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Perth Now
NBN CEO pocketed $3.6m again in 2016/17NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight
Perth Now / Posted 27 days ago
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016/17, but only a third of it was linked to how successfully the national broadband network was rolled out. NBN's annual report shows that Mr Morrow received... Read more
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Adelaide Now
NBN CEO pocketed $3.6m again in 2016/17NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight
Adelaide Now / Posted 27 days ago
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016/17, but only a third of it was linked to how successfully the national broadband network was rolled out. NBN's annual report shows that Mr Morrow received... Read more
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Herald Sun
NBN CEO pocketed $3.6m again in 2016/17NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight
Herald Sun / Posted 27 days ago
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016/17, but only a third of it was linked to how successfully the national broadband network was rolled out. NBN's annual report shows that Mr Morrow received... Read more
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The Courier Mail
NBN CEO pocketed $3.6m again in 2016/17NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 days ago
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016/17, but only a third of it was linked to how successfully the national broadband network was rolled out. NBN's annual report shows that Mr Morrow received... Read more
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News.com.au
NBN CEO pocketed $3.6m again in 2016/17NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow was paid $3.6 million for a second straight year in 2016/17, but only a third of it was linked to how successfully the national broadband network was rolled out. NBN's annual report shows that Mr Morrow received... Read more
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Motley Fool
Are Telstra Corporation Ltd shares still overvalued?shares have been sold down heavily over the past year compared to the S&P/ASX 2
Motley Fool / Posted 28 days ago
shares have been sold down heavily over the past year compared to the S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO). Fears over the NBN Co changing the way broadband is delivered — and priced — has resulted in analysts and investors discounting the value of... Read more
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Manning River Times
Watchdog cracks down on 'misleading' NBN speed claimsare building between consumers and telcos over download speeds, particularly du
Manning River Times / Posted 1 months ago
are building between consumers and telcos over download speeds, particularly during peak evening periods. In turn, NBN Co and telcos are blaming each other for bandwidth pricing and provisioning, or pointing the finger at consumer... Read more
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