NBN Working to Address Dissatisfied Users
NBN Co has more than doubled its revenue as connections to the network accelerate, but the company acknowledges it is months away from addressing growing frustrations...
Lax Safety Standards Could Kill NBN Workers
Substandard safety practices could result in deaths on Australia’s largest civil construction project, a whilstleblower has claimed.
NBN Rollout to Hit Halfway Mark by June
The rollout of the national broadband network is expected to hit its half way point by the end of June, as it begins to spread into...
Australia’s Internet Infrastructure see Rising Complaints: Ombudsman
Sluggish internet speeds are driving more complaints from Australians than those about patchy mobile services.
NBN Cuts HFC Use With New Fibre Tech
NBN Co says 700,000 homes and businesses will have internet connections using new fibre-to-the-distribution-point (FTTdp) technology that will be cheaper than using the legacy Optus cable...
Public Sector Construction Projects are Lighting up the Sky
It comes as little surprise that a decline in business investment, led by a reduction in mining-related engineering construction expenditure, is providing some headwinds to the...
NBN Strikes Deals with Building Groups
The company rolling out Australia's broadband network has struck deals with six construction companies to help build it.
NBN Co Rejects Reports of Slow Rollout
The company rolling out the national broadband network has rejected reports it is falling well short of its construction schedule.
‘Trust us’ Says NBN Boss
The boss of the highly criticised NBN rollout has asked for trust as he vows to have 8 million homes and businesses connected to high speed...