Dicker Data, Distribution Central, Ingram Micro, and Hills are among the companies that paid no tax in 2014-15.
Backed by Symbio, MyRepublic will deliver VoIP over the NBN and ADSL in Australia.
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Unfairly benefits investors over the start-ups doing the heavy lifting
nbn says it must be "cheapest" method. Fifield instead says "cost effective."
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