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Parts of Aspley, QLD have less than 5 months to switch to the NBN

Since the NBN was connected in Aspley as year ago, there has been good take up from local residents and business owners. Almost 3500 homes and businesses in Aspley have connected to the NBN, leaving an estimated 450 with only 4 1/2 months to jump on board. These areas in Aspley join almost 87,000 other homes &… Read more »

Weirdest Google Searches

We’ve all asked Google the answer to something that has been bugging us at one time or another. Google has been fielding many of life’s questions that we are either too embarrassed or too scared to ask our fellow peers. Millions upon millions of questions are fired at Google’s search box every day. From how… Read more »

Gungahlin, ACT has less than 3 months to switch to NBN

The three month countdown has begun for the estimated 1700 homes & businesses the suburb of Gangahlin in the ACT. The NBN will be completely replacing phone & internet services that are currently provided over the copper network. Copper services will be officially switched off in Gangahlin starting from 17 July 2014. We have outlined the Copper Disconnection areas in… Read more »

Areas of Melbourne have less than a month to switch to the NBN

Homes & Businesses in parts of Brunswick & South Morang that have not already made the switch to the NBN are being urged to do so as the copper disconnection date looms. For the first time in Australia, the NBN will be completely replacing phone & internet services for homes & businesses. These services will… Read more »

Areas of Townsville, QLD have less than a month to switch to the NBN

Homes & Businesses in parts of Townsville that have not already made the switch to the NBN are being urged to do so as the copper disconnection date looms. For the first time in Australia, the NBN will be completely replacing phone & internet services for homes & businesses. These services will be officially switched off… Read more »

NBN Co reduces guaranteed speeds for FTTN

The National Broadband Network is set to come with significantly lower speed guarantees than first expected under the updated MTM (Muli Technology Mix) rollout method, which is primarily focused on FTTN (Fibre To The Node). NBN Co will offer the same speed tiers on the new MTM model as originally planned under the FTTP (Fibre… Read more »

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is Here!

Samsung’s latest addition to their flagship Galaxy S range, the new Galaxy S5, is more of an evolution than a revolution. Samsung have chosen improvement and refinement over flashy features or ground breaking innovation. Looking at the front of the S5, Samsung haven’t strayed too far from the design of the S4. The back, however, sports… Read more »

Malcolm Turnbull gives NBN the nod to move forward with MTM build

Minister of Communications, Malcolm Turnbull, has approved the rollout of the NBN to be significantly altered to the controversial MTM (Multi Technology Mix) delivery method. His decision was made despite the cost/benefit analysis of NBN delivery methods still not being completed. Labour’s NBN policy had the NBN being delivered directly by Fibre To The Premise… Read more »

3 Month warning for Copper Disconnection in Tasmania

Around 8,478 premises in Deloraine, Kingston Beach, Sorell, George Town, St Helens and Triabunna have less than 3 months to make the switch to the NBN. The copper network will be officially switched off in these areas starting from 23 May 2014. The National Broadband Network will be completely replacing phone & internet services that are currently provided over the copper… Read more »

NBN Co appoints Bill Morrow as new CEO

Experienced communications executive & current CEO of Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) has been put in charge of leading the National Broadband Network through its next stages in development. Mr Morrow is set to take on his new role for NBN Co early 2014 and will be based in Sydney. Bill Morrow’s appointment comes as the… Read more »