If you cannot hit 100Mbps speeds, it could be your modem's awful 2.4GHz Wi-Fi.
Total number of premises ready to connect is 2.4% above target, while the amount of activated premises is less than 0.4% above target.
Representatives of Powerlink Queensland and Energy Queensland take seats.
The consumer watchdog is concerned that it has yet again had to file legal action against Optus for alleged misleading conduct.
Most residential customers do not need 40Mbps of upload, NBN has said.
Consumers lost more than AU$110,000 each month in the January to May period.
Former NSW Premier Kristina Keneally becomes Shadow Home Affairs minister in Albanese opposition.
Vodafone Australia is sitting around the level of Aussie Broadband and MyRepublic in the latest ACCC Wholesale Market Indicators Report.
TPG still delivers on its download speed promises the most often, while Exetel won on upload speeds, Telstra on latency, and Optus on the highest number of daily outages, according to the fifth ACCC report.
TPG, Aussie Broadband, MyRepublic, Foxtel, Activ8me, Exetel, Dodo, Skymesh, Southern Phone, Spintel, and V4 Telecom have been formally warned to provide accurate information on priority assistance services.
For the first nine months of FY19, NBN has reported AU$2 billion in revenue and negative AU$808 million in EBITDA.
The NetComm acquisition vote by shareholders will take place next month after receiving the green light from the Federal Court, and following an independent assessment recommending it take place.
An unsolicited offer of AU$1.95 per share has seen Superloop give QIC Private Capital three weeks to conduct due diligence.
A quarterly complaints report from Comms Alliance and the TIO has found that complaints jumped across Optus and Telstra, and rose slightly for Vodafone during the first three months of the year.
Overall complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman are back to 2016 numbers, sitting at 61,000 made between July 1 and December 31, 2018.
ZDNet Australia has obtained some more photographs of the National Broadband Network roll-out taking place in Scottsdale, Tasmania.
Western Australia is the next stop for NBN Co and Nextgen Network's backhaul roll-out, as the companies continue their mission to eliminate broadband holes around Australia.
Representatives from network and telecommunications equipment supplier Huawei last week demonstrated the company's Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile broadband running on the super-fast Maglev train in Shanghai.
In the lead-up to Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's July date for switching on National Broadband Network (NBN) services in the first Tasmanian homes, ZDNet Australia has obtained some photographs of the roll-out taking place in Scottsdale, Tasmania.
On Wednesday, NBN Co and Nextgen Networks commenced the first leg of the government's backhaul roll-out, which will battle Australia's connectivity blackspots.
Telstra has not been separated and construction of the NBN on the mainland is still in the pipeline, but today saw Communications Minister Stephen Conroy and Prime Minister Kevin Rudd kick off a conference that was designed to help Australia understand how 100 megabits per second broadband can be used.
Telstra today gave some insight into the logistics of what needs to be done in order to build a national broadband network over the next five years — we also had a peek into one of the company's nodes.
Pipe Network's Sydney to Guam fibre-optic cable, which is due to go online June next year, makes its way up out of the sea to this landing station in Cromer, where the data from the undersea cable is transferred to terrestrial cables.
At the "NECXT life" product showcase in Sydney, NEC gave us the chance to explore a "day in the a life of NEC". Our photo gallery reveals that such a day involves digital signs, VoIP, LCDs, waterproof notebooks and CCTV.
The new interactive Telstra "flagship" store will be open from 2 November. Dubbed T.Life, the store is located at 400 George Street, on the corner of George and King on the group floor of the Telstra building.
With a fierce battle raging over Australia's broadband future and how bush users should be connected, regulators have weighed in to produce a state of nation report into the country's communications infrastructure and how well consumers are being served by their providers.
The consumer watchdog has approved several amendments to Telstra's NBN migration plan, including to account for the HFC pause and to give business services 170 days to switch over before legacy services are disconnected.
The end of NBN's temporary discount on 50Mbps services means smaller retailers may have to stop offering lower-end products in order to make a profit, according to Aussie Broadband.
ISP will no longer be able to claim it is 'congestion-free'.
Australians are increasingly falling victim to remote access scams, losing AU$4.4 million so far this year from a reported 8,000 scam attempts. Read more: https://zd.net/2PGXrSC
Qantas reported statutory net profit of AU$980 million on revenue of AU$17.1 billion for FY18, as well as an increased entertainment Net Promoter Score due to its in-flight Wi-Fi. Read more: https://zd.net/2MJ9FeW
Nokia has told ZDNet that it is providing its open-source cloud-based Altiplano software-defined access network solutions to NBN's fibre-to-the-curb network for better managing consumer experience. Read more: https://zd.net/2nEvtKe