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Australia Can’t Decide on the NBN

Australia Can’t Decide on the NBN

With the National Broadband Network now available to around 4.5 million premises around Australia around 6.7 of us still don’t know anything about it. A recent survey from finder.com.au revealed that while 1 in 4 Australians says they will switch to the NBN as soon as it’s available in their area, 37 percent have admitted to being in the dark[Read More…]

Faster Broadband for Christmas?

Faster Broadband for Christmas?

One Christmas gift that won’t appear under the Christmas tree could be a welcome surprise for households and businesses across Australia. …and that gift is Faster Broadband Internet access. Research from Finder.com.au has revealed that the final rollout of the National Broadband Network for 2016 will see over 152 thousand new NBN connections completed between december 23 and 31. This is[Read More…]

Who Cares about the NBN?

Who Cares about the NBN?

Is your home ready for the NBN?   Since it was announced the National Broadband network has been hyped, scaled back, redesigned and become somewhat of a political chess piece. If it’s not exactly on the top of your list of things to look into, you’re not alone. A recent survey by finder.com.au found that one-third of Australians are either[Read More…]

Australia falling behind with Broadband speeds

Australia falling behind with Broadband speeds

  Australia is falling behind the rest of the world when it comes to broadband internet speeds ranking at 48th place globally. So you may be wondering who has the fastest?  Well in the global broadband connection speed rankings for the end of 2015 published by Akamai technologies, South Korea came in at number 1 with an average speed of[Read More…]

What Australians are doing online

What Australians are doing online

Usage of online social media services like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are big in Australia however new research shows that they don’t rule our time online. A survey by internet service provider Belong sound that people actually spend just as much time online paying bills or researching products as they do on sites like Facebook. The research also revealed that[Read More…]