Internet service provider (ISP), iiNet, has reached an NBN milestone, connecting over 10,000 customers across fibre, satellite, and fixed wireless services.
Wholesale pricing suggested less than efficient costs when compared to its own cost for provisioning DSL ports.
Regional Australia may get access to cheaper broadband, giving way to more competition in the market
Despite the surging popularity of wireless Internet, fixed-line broadband services continue to grow, according to a report by the Australia Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
South Australia-based ISP, Internode, has celebrated its 20th birthday.
In a bid to attract more business customers, South Australian ISP, Adam Internet, has revamped its business plans.
Premises in Tasmania earmarked for wireless coverage under the National Broadband Network (NBN) that already have existing ADSL connections should be able to retain their services, according to Digital Tasmania.
Investing in infrastructure and expanding its product range has helped Perth-based ISP, iiNet, compete in a near-saturated ADSL market.
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