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By David Braue
| August 4, 2010 -- 01:52 GMT (18:52 PDT)
| Topic: NBN
What the studios giveth, Netflix taketh away
Telcos wearing the costs of selfie-stick policymaking
The NBN you'll get is not the one you voted for
Render methodology may return after NBN Co's Melton review
Telstra and Optus complaints jump: Comms Alliance
Complaints to TIO over NBN service halved for six months to December 2018
Overall complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman are back to 2016 numbers, sitting at 61,000 made between July 1 and December 31, 2018.
Labor faces reality on NBN but the dream died long ago
Liberal party may crow that its version of the NBN won out, but that's because it oversaw the network for most of its life.
ACCC questions fairness of NBN basic pricing
With the gap between basic 12Mbps plans and 50Mbps plans closing, the ACCC questions the fairness of NBN plans compared to existing ADSL plans.
Another NBN review floated as Labor plan to 'make best of what we have'
A Shorten Labor government would direct NBN to fix in-home cabling for copper connections for free.
Full fibre the least faulty NBN technology
Fibre-to-the-node and HFC lead the way in complaints for year to July 2018.
NBN has purchased almost 30,000 kilometres of copper
It is well on the way to hitting the 40,000km milestone of being able to circle the planet at the equator.
Australian Budget 2019: NBN regional subsidy charge reduced
The subsidy charge to help fund the NBN’s loss-making satellite and fixed-wireless regional networks has been reduced from AU$10 to AU$7.10 a month.
Canberra kicks in AU$220m to regional telco program
The government will fund two more mobile blackspots rounds with AU$160 million, and a Regional Connectivity Program with AU$60 million.