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Optus cable still luring users, ahead of NBN

Optus cable still luring users, ahead of NBN

With the NBN still years away for many, Optus cable is still attracting people who want faster speeds than ADSL.
Aug 15 2012, 10:46AM
Fixed NBN wireless broadband coming to NSW's North Coast

Fixed NBN wireless broadband coming to NSW's North Coast

The NBN Co has announced plans for fixed wireless broadband on the North and Mid North Coast of NSW.
May 18 2012, 4:00PM
Optus launches "free" broadband plan for businesses

Optus launches "free" broadband plan for businesses

Optus is offering 50GB of 'free' broadband per month on its $89 Business Timeless Plan.
Apr 30 2012, 2:58PM
Australia's first NBN satellite ground station gateway announced

Australia's first NBN satellite ground station gateway announced

Australia's first space-gateway to the NBN will be located in Merimbula on the NSW Far South Coast, NBN Co. has announced.
Apr 23 2012, 7:48AM
Pocket WiFi all the rage with big ISPs

Pocket WiFi all the rage with big ISPs

Now Optus pre-paid customers can connect their laptops, phones and tablets with these pocket modems. So should you pickup one of these little gadgets?
Dec 9 2010, 4:59PM
Singapore Air to offer in-flight WiFi

Singapore Air to offer in-flight WiFi

Second take.
Oct 6 2010, 8:37AM
Telstra unveils "unlimited" wireless broadband for business

Telstra unveils "unlimited" wireless broadband for business

Telstra was targeting business buyers with a familiar consumer strategy by revealing an "unlimited" wireless broadband deal today for fleet purchasers of its new Ultimate USB modems.
Sep 1 2010, 3:41PM
[UPDATED] Optus launches off-peak Mobile Broadband - but is it good value?

[UPDATED] Optus launches off-peak Mobile Broadband - but is it good value?

We crunch the numbers on Optus' latest broadband deals. We've also added a table comparing the plans against Telstra, Vodafone and Three
Aug 5 2010, 11:32AM
ISPs rally against Telstra ADSL price cuts

ISPs rally against Telstra ADSL price cuts

ISP TPG has shrugged off an aggressive price revamp of Telstra's ADSL plans as Internode rallied users to stand by the ISP and not move their services to Telstra
Jul 28 2010, 1:47PM
How do Telstra's new BigPond prices stack up?

How do Telstra's new BigPond prices stack up?

Telstra's announcement of a price cut on their broadband over the coming months is welcome news for broadband users. So is it time to reconsider Telstra's ADSL2+ and Cable broadband?
Jul 26 2010, 1:49PM
Telstra announces locations for Next-G speed boost

Telstra announces locations for Next-G speed boost

Telstra has named the handful of regional cities and towns that will be first to experience a doubling of data speeds over its Next G wireless broadband network flagged at the start of the year.
Jun 8 2010, 9:35AM
Telstra shock: cheaper broadband trial

Telstra shock: cheaper broadband trial

Telstra's new naked DSL trial hints at a change of strategy. See how much it costs and why it's grabbed broadband users' attention
Jun 3 2010, 12:34PM
Telstra updates business ADSL plans

Telstra updates business ADSL plans

Telstra has capped excess usage charges on its fixed broadband plans for business at $400 per month as part of a range of updates announced today.
May 24 2010, 8:53PM
Telstra revamps data browsing pack prices

Telstra revamps data browsing pack prices

Heavy data users on Telstra Mobile post-paid plans will now receive more for their money with the telco increasing data amounts on its mobile browsing packs
May 5 2010, 9:32AM
Internode 3G wireless shapes up against Optus and Three

Internode 3G wireless shapes up against Optus and Three

The new kid on the wireless block increases its data quotas, and offers some handy advantages when compared against the likes of big guns like Optus and Three.
Jun 3 2009, 1:05PM
Is AAPT's unlimited plan the real deal?

Is AAPT's unlimited plan the real deal?

Reports that AAPT is planning to uncap its offpeak data sounds like good news, but plenty of questions remain.
May 1 2009, 1:58PM
Government goes it alone on NBN

Government goes it alone on NBN

The Australian Government will build its own $43 billion National Broadband Network, in a move that returns Australia's telecommunications economy to an era of part-public, part-private ownership.
Apr 8 2009, 9:01AM
Rudd's New NBN: Five upsides, five downsides

Rudd's New NBN: Five upsides, five downsides

Kevin Rudd's announcement yesterday that, in effect, the winner of the NBN process was nobody was something of a jaw-dropping moment. Should broadband users be overjoyed by the NBN, or cautiously wary?
Apr 8 2009, 8:34AM
Telstra's 21Mbps network - is actually 1Mbps for uploads

Telstra's 21Mbps network - is actually 1Mbps for uploads

Don't go expecting your upload speeds to go through the roof on Telstra's 21Mbps wireless broadband; they'll be more like 1Mbps for now.
Feb 17 2009, 2:37PM
Telstra's 21Mbps plan to lure you to wireless

Telstra's 21Mbps plan to lure you to wireless

Yup, we know they're expensive, but here's the thing: Telstra is doing stonkingly impressive things with their wireless, including today's announcement of 21Mbps.
Feb 17 2009, 10:21AM

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