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NBN Trials FTTC in Melbourne

NBN Trials FTTC in Melbourne

In an effort to reduce the digital divide that has been separating communities in the country, the National Broadband Network (NBN) has started its trial on its first fibre-to-the-curb (FTTC) trial in Coburg in North Melbourne through the use of a copper line longer than 70 metres. Reports say that the trial has achieved 109 […]

6 Per Cent of FTTN Connections Can’t Even Reach a Minimum of 25Mbps

6 Per Cent of FTTN Connections Can’t Even Reach a Minimum of 25Mbps

Looks like fast download speed and seamless internet connection (hopefully true this time around) will move away from arms reach for some residents of the country. Users who are waiting in the long copper lines could have the no-one-wants-to-have chance to wait until the next 10 years to get the mandated 25 Mbps speed from […]

NBN Plans to Make Us Pay For So Called Upgrades

NBN Plans to Make Us Pay For So Called Upgrades

In five years time, National Broadband Network (NBN) fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) customers are expected, more like forced, to “pay for the Coalition’s mistake” in order to upgrade their network and access new technologies, one of this is virtual reality. According to the Rudd Labor government’s initial NBN proposal, Fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) is being offered as an upgrade […]

FTTN User Wrote An Open Letter to nbn™

FTTN User Wrote An Open Letter to nbn™

National Broadband Network (nbn™) CEO Bill Morrow faced heavy grilling at the Senate Estimates hearing last February 10 due to numerous customer complaints concerning the poor performance of the FttN ( Fibre To The Node ) services of the nbn™. Senator Stephen Conroy, former ALP Communications Minister, raised the issue and mentioned that his office already received 60 […]

WA Behind nbn™ FTTN Rollout

WA Behind nbn™ FTTN Rollout

Western Australia will be falling behind the National Broadband Network’s (nbn™) Fibre to the Node (FTTN) as the technology was launched late last September. The state will be lagging behind the rest of the country due to the legacy issues surrounding the rollout of the labor’s Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) technology in WA. Even […]