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NBN Co wants ACCC approval for variations to Special Access Undertakings

NBN Co wants to vary its Special Access Undertakings (SAU) to include fibre-to-the-node, fibre-to-the-basement and hybrid fibre coaxial technologies to which the SAU will apply.

Telstra proposes changes to NBN migration plan; Telstra outages ? modem firmware problems?; What does the NBN have to do with national security?; Big brands admit they are not ready to meet mobile consumers' expectations; SpeedCast awarded new Middle East managed services contract; ACCC won?t authorise mandated security solution for the payments industry.

NBN N-W Tassie rollout suspended in face of local opposition to satellite; Megaport secures U.S. data centre deployment; Vaya seeks higher customer value via vivacious price beat guarantee; Nokia says 5G blowing the ?winds of change?; Claimed ?world?s-largest? indoor small cell deployment complete in Chile; FCC and FTC in US launch inquiry into mobile device security updates; HTC struggles to compete with Apple, Samsung as smartphone sales fall.

Australia - Few players and not mavericks; NBN hits 2 million connections towards 2020 target of 8 million; ACMA considers more trialling of mobile phone jamming in prisons; Darkness in the Ukraine ? hackers turn the lights off; Asian business women recognition in Telstra business awards for first time; Macquarie Telecom announces Cyber Security Scholarship Winner.

MyNetFone's Sugo says govt Budget inaction threatens NBN, telco industry viability; ACMA crackdown enforces Do Not Call Register compliance; Choice sticks boot into Optus soccer balls; Kogan relaunches Dick Smith online store from today!; Kantar launches its first-ever wearable tech report, US takeup double that of Europe; Spark and Huawei partnership ahead of device capabilities.

Australian Federal Budget 2016: NBN still needs to raise money

What does Australia?s new federal Budget 2016 say about the NBN? Details within, with links to the documents so you can see for yourself.

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Some consumers doubt the value of NBN services: survey; MyNetFone calls for lower NBN pricing and less POIs to level telco playing field; Vocus launches ?aggressive? Commander sales program; Price rises, less upgrades drive down smartphone sales; Internet Australia lashes out at Creative Content anti-piracy mission; NBN ? is ?CopperArt? a faster, cheaper roll-out with a legacy?; NBN prices are OK says ACCC.

Our ?woeful FTTN NBN?: an open user letter; Another #Telstra outage ? some US hosted web sites affected; ?Netflix tax? to collect GST on overseas, ?digital? purchases; Hey you: Hayu is coming with enough reality SVOD TV to outflix competitors; Current strategies on Internet ?piracy? not working: IA; Australia now on piracy trust list; Warning: Phishing campaign hits mobile banking customers.

Huawei says ?radical? new concept reinvents Network Architecture; Do you want to Belong; TVs still preferred for longer OTT viewing; NBN ignored in govt innovation strategy ? a lost opportunity: analyst; Flight Centre completes ?largest migration in QLD history?; Five times more data leakage on iPhone than Samsung; More mobile data breaches ? 16 companies named and shamed.

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