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Research reveals 23 per cent of customers have upgraded to higher speed internet plans.
Monash University reveals internet infrastructure is being put under significant pressure.
For a scam-free festive season, make sure you stay alert for these callers.
The ACCC will consider whether Australians are able to access basic broadband plans at fair ...
Australians, and particularly older Australians, are losing more money to NBN scams.
The cost of basic NBN plans is becoming an affordability issue for people on lower ...
Don’t hand over your financial information to the NBN. They won’t ever ask for it.
Live at home independently for longer by making technology work for you.
Watchdog orders NBN to lift its game on internet delays and faults.
NBN telcos warned not to ‘pass the buck’ on complaints, or else.
Residential broadband customers continue to shift to higher-speed NBN plans.
Federal Court forces Optus to pay $1.5m for misleading NBN customers.
Speeds and connection problems dominate customer issues.
Study uncovers widespread phone and internet issues in 2017.
Kerry wants to know if she has to sign up to an expensive deal to ...
Dodo and iPrimus join list of providers misleading over broadband internet speeds.
Joyce wants to know if she should be considering her 4G options rather than the ...
Almost 9000 Optus customers set to receive compensation.
Inaction and delays putting non-monitored medical alarm users at risk.
Telstra agrees to pay refunds to those not receiving advertised internet speeds.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has pointed the finger at NBN Co and the telcos.
Joint standing committee urges NBN to lift its game with technology delivery.
The ACCC has listed three strategies to ensure that customers get what they pay for.
Older Australians are the victims of NBN impersonators stealing their money and info.
The ACCC is calling for a change to "frankly terrible" advertising of NBN speeds.
Australia ranks 55th in broadband download speed tests.
ACMA is set to investigate issues with the National Broadband Network.
Millions of Australians forced onto the NBN will pay more money for slower internet speeds.
By not switching to the NBN, thousands of Australians are risking being disconnected.
Many Australians are unaware of the consequences of not switching to the NBN.
The Akamai State of the Internet Report reveals Australia’s failing internet speeds.
Government is considering introducing a levy on companies to fund the NBN to regional areas.
You could be waiting much longer than you thought for NBN boradband.
Australia now ranks inside the top 10 for 4G speeds and the top 20 for ...
The Government’s $29.5 public funding cap for the NBN is almost fully expended.
Slow internet is annoying but is it really worth getting angry about?
The National Broadband Network (NBN) will need an additional $8 billion in funding.
Global telco MyRepublic this week announced its plan to launch services in Australia.
An ACCC draft decision may see internet prices fall for millions of Australian internet users.
Most people consider an internet connection to be an essential service.
NBN Co has announced the next stage of the controversial broadband network.
A new report on the NBN has politicians quarrelling over the project.
A motion will today be introduced into the Senate to disband the NBN Senate ...
On 23 May NBN Co. will be switching off copper wire services in towns across ...
NBN future uncertain for 500,000 ‘ready for service’ premises.
Malcolm Turnbull has called for a strategic review of the NBN’s business situation.
The NBN helps provide health technology which makes managing chronic conditions easier
5G wireless technology will transmit data at more than 1GB per second.
1.3 million homes and businesses have been added to the three-year NBN plan
The National Broadband Network project will cost an additional $4.6 billion to build and operate.
What will eHealth mean for your personal medical information?
Over the next three years 6000 homes, businesses and schools per week will be ...
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