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NBN Can’t Handle the Surging Netflix Demand From Aussie Households

NBN Can’t Handle the Surging Netflix Demand From Aussie Households

You have been warned. We have all been briefed; actually even before we get connected, there are promises laid out in front of us. We get to see what we can experience on a certain plan based on our respective budgets. We, then, take the plunge while thinking that everything will be all right. However, […]

NBN to Launch G.Fast Broadband in 2018

NBN to Launch G.Fast Broadband in 2018

It is a known fact that the National Broadband Network (NBN) has gone through so much damage that anyone can see as irreparable. So much fracas and fiasco has happened, making people so sick and tired of waiting for the delays to decrease or their internet connection to miraculously become seamless and fast as promised. […]

NBN to Provide Broadband to Army, Navy and Air force

NBN to Provide Broadband to Army, Navy and Air force

Recently, the National Broadband Network (NBN) has signed a deal to build a network access to 400 army, navy, and air force sites in Australia for them to be able to stay in touch with their loved ones and other parts of the world. According to reports, the deal that was signed with the Australian […]

NBN Profit Losses in 2017 Reach $4.24 Billion

NBN Profit Losses in 2017 Reach $4.24 Billion

Despite the effort of connecting the country through its rollout, the National Broadband Network has experienced losses greater than last year’s. According to accounts reported by ITWire, the network providing giant has amassed losses worth $4.24 billion for this year only. And if those figures are compared last year, it can be considered almost double […]

NBN Installation Work Leaves Trail of Destruction for Logan Homeowner

NBN Installation Work Leaves Trail of Destruction for Logan Homeowner

  Not only does the National Broadband Network drain your patience with their incompetent customer service and unstable internet connection, they can also cause a mess in your house and front yard, literally. And this is a true story, folks. Browns Plains man Graham O’Keeffe’s story is like straight out of a television series; every […]

NBN Tax Costing Consumers Up to $60 Million Annually

NBN Tax Costing Consumers Up to $60 Million Annually

Prices are on the rise in Australia as a new tax has been making it towards turning into a reality. Dubbed as the “NBN tax”, this newly proposed tax will be able to get up to $60 million more from consumers just for them to access the internet. And this new tax was not welcomed […]

North West Coast NBN Connection a Disservice to Medical Professionals

North West Coast NBN Connection a Disservice to Medical Professionals

A major heart specialist is sharing his grievances on the ongoing problems he is encountering with the NBN, and has even reached the point of leaving the West Coast, The Advocate reported. Head of the Charles Clinic Heart Centre Dr. Geoff Evans travels almost 150 kilometres to see up to 20 patients a day, travelling […]

NBN in Dungog Grounding Startups With Inconsistent Connection

NBN in Dungog Grounding Startups With Inconsistent Connection

Frustration is definitely all around the National Broadband Network’s (NBN) effort in connecting the whole country since not everyone is reaping the benefits of the service offered in the rollout, according to a report by News.com.au. Meet Tim Norris, a resident of the small town of Dungog in the Hunter region of NSW, and is […]

Discrimination: NBN Intentionally Rolling Out Faster Connection to Richer Suburbs

Discrimination: NBN Intentionally Rolling Out Faster Connection to Richer Suburbs

Richer suburbs are not the only ones who deserve fast connection and service. Richer suburbs are being prioritised in being provided access to the fibre technology offered by the National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout than areas that are experiencing socio-economic disadvantage, According to a new analysis reported by The New Daily. Researchers at the NHMRC […]

NBN Prices Not a Factor When Consumers Opt For Slower Plans

NBN Prices Not a Factor When Consumers Opt For Slower Plans

Another reason to be mad about. National Broadband Network (NBN) CEO Bill Morrow has done it again by saying the uptake of high-speed internet has nothing to do with NBN’ pricing since prices of the services will only cost an extra $2 per week.   During his speech to the American Chamber of Commerce (Amcham) […]