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May 19, 2015 By Neri Networks

Wireless Wizard

The Wireless Wizard improves the speed and reliability of any WiFi, 2G, 3G, 4G or wired broadband connection. It allows you to aim...

November 4, 2015 by

ACCC approves M2-Vocus merger

The consumer watchdog in Australia has decided not to oppose the M2-Vocus merger because the companies do not directly compete and will therefore not inhibit future competition in the sector.

May 29, 2006 By DSL Speed Test

Broadband Speed Test

Internet Speed Test measures download and upload bandwidth/speed for your broadband connection. It can also help you quickly troubleshoot...

June 6, 2010 By Propel Software

Propel Accelerator

Propel Accelerator for Broadband is a subscription-based service that works with your existing Internet Service Provider (ISP). Propel...

December 9, 2013 by

In-home FttN wiring testing needed, costly: NBN Co

NBN Co needs to test and fix customers' in-home copper wiring to get the best speeds from VDSL2, but it's the most expensive and least preferred of three options for in-home connectivity, the company's advice to the Coalition government warns.

March 7, 2012 by

Fanboys swoon, telcos cross themselves

Telecommunications carriers were already facing the difficult dynamics of a data-based mobile market where demand and revenues are following much different curves. Now that the new iPad has bowed, are telcos once-buoyant hopes for mobile broadband just going to end up sunk?

November 9, 2011 by

Optus NBN prices add wrinkle to land rush

Optus' NBN pricing not only dispels fears that the NBN will be prohibitively expensive, but takes an interesting shift by replacing the oft-maligned bundled landline with incentives for customers to bundle a mobile. This confirms Optus' view that wireless is a complement to the NBN — and confirms the changing nature of the fixed-line land rush as telcos jockey to maximise their customer base before the NBN hits.

June 23, 2011 by

Dutch MPs vote through EU's first net neutrality law

MPs in the Netherlands approved a bill on Wednesday that will make the country the first in Europe to enshrine net neutrality in law.If the bill is approved by the Dutch senate, as is expected to occur, it will mean telecoms operators cannot, for example, charge customers an extra fee if they want to use VoIP services such as Skype.

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