Aussie Broadband

Vodafone Ups Data For Mobile Broadband Customers
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Vodafone today announced it is upsizing data allowances across a new range of mobile broadband (MBB) and tablet plans and will make Vodafone’s superfast 4G network available to prepaid MBB customers for the first time in Australia. While pricing has been increased by a few dollars for some postpaid plans, this has been matched by […]

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Uni TV is The World’s First Education Based IPTV Service
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Globally, there are currently around 1.2 billion TV households, and about one third of these, or 430 million, are digital. RNCOS, a leading global market research and information analysis company, estimated in a report released in February 2011 that the number of global IPTV subscribers would rise to around 109 million by 2014. RNCOS also […]

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NBN Continue Its Partnership With Ericsson For Broadband Rollout
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Even though News Corp owner, Rupert Murdoch says that building the high-speed broadband National Broadband Network had been a waste of money and remained in danger of being overtaken by mobile technology, NBN Co’s is still continue upgrading its services for Australians. NBN Co has extended Ericsson’s contract to roll out wireless broadband in the […]

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NBN Fibre To Selected Inner City Apartment Buildings By September
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NBN Co will be ready within two months to roll its fibre to the premises product to individual apartments in areas where technology rival TPG is building its own fibre network, effectively bettering its competitor out with unrestricted access to fibre broadband services offered by a multitude of ISPs. This rollout is only for a […]

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The Impact Of Mobile Broadband On Australia’s Overall Economic Growth
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Acma’s new research titled “The economic impacts of mobile broadband on the Australian economy from 2006 to 2013″, has revealed that the ‘connectedness’ of mobile broadband has had a major impact on Australia’s productivity and overall economic growth, which led to a $33.8 billion increase in economic activity (measured in terms of Gross Domestic Product) […]

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