NordVPN warns Aust Govt against anti-encryption bill
A newly proposed anti-encryption bill in Australia would have dire consequences on all Australians? Internet privacy and security, according to VPN provider NordVPN
Australia-Singapore cable opens up new strategic data route, says Vocus
Internet Australia calls on ISPs to reimburse NBN consumers
Internet Australia has weighed into the debate about consumers being misled on NBN Internet speeds by telcos, calling on all ISPs to follow Telstra and Optus and reimburse misled FttN customers.
HFC network will need work to be fit for NBN: experts
Technical experts who have closely followed the rollout of the NBN say Telstra's HFC network will need considerable work done on it to meet the needs of NBN customers.
Telstra lures high data using SMBs with new broadband offer
Telstra has launched an unlimited broadband data offer in a move which it says is designed to help alleviate the problems of data intensive activities by small businesses.
OVO cuts price on 100GB mobile plan as demand soars
Australian mobile provider OVO has seen demand for its 100GB for $100 pre-paid plan soar to the extent that it has now reduced the price to $69.95.
Amaysim telco satisfaction leader, Aldi Mobile last in top 6 list
Three telcos powered by Optus, including Optus itself, make up the top three list with the most satisfied customers, followed by Telstra, Vodafone and then Aldi Mobile.
Subsea cable outage hits iiNet, Internode
NBN Co justifies use of FttN for Sydney Botanical Gardens
NBN Co says it was forced to use fibre-to-the-node technology to connect Sydney's Royal Botanical Gardens because of the heritage listing of the 30-hectare site.
Australian mobile users hit with $20 million in ?unexpected? charges
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