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Thursday, 26/11/2015

Leaked NBN document helps the case for FttDP

In looking at options to overbuild the Optus HFC network, fibre to the distribution point emerges as a compromise that might soothe all but the most hardened theologist.

Source: ZDNet Australia

Netflix December 2015 Holiday content selection

Netflix has announced the December 2015 content highlights it wants us all to know about - and stream onto our TVs or connected devices with screens!

Source: iTWire

NBN got what it paid for—will now cost almost half as much again to fix it

Deputy leader in the Senate, Stephen Conroy has accused the former nbn board of being “incompetent political hacks” who did not know what they were doing when they bought the Optus hybrid-fibre coaxial (HFC) network for use in the nbn.

Source: iTWire

NBN Might Have To Replace Optus' Messy, Broken Cable Network

Remember the cool $800 million NBN Co dropped on buying the Optus HFC network? Leaked documents have revealed that the NBN Co is thinking about replacing it entirely. Why? Because it’s such crappy infrastructure.

Source: Gizmodo

Child respite service to relocate over NBN tower fears

A children's respite care centre in Tasmania's north is moving to Victoria, over concerns an NBN tower will be built nearby.

Source: ABC News

Wednesday, 25/11/2015

Labor slams NBN over Optus HFC network revelations

Labor’s broadband spokesperson, Jason Clare, has slammed NBN over revelations the company may overbuild some areas covered by Optus’ HFC network.

Source: Computerworld

Presto’s December 2015 content selection

There’s plenty more than fifty shades of Presto content to enjoy including theoretical big bangs from home and far, far away to give you an eye for an eyeful.

Source: iTWire

Leaked NBN documents show Optus HFC not fit for purpose

Internal drafts by NBN have shown that Optus' HFC network will need to be overbuilt, blowing out both the timeline and budget for the high-speed broadband network.

Source: ZDNet Australia

ACMA advises telco industry on consumer mobile spending

An ACMA-commissioned Newspoll survey from February contains ‘some valuable insights for industry in the design of mobile products and the delivery of spend management alerts.

Source: iTWire

Tuesday, 24/11/2015

Telco industry group warns against expanding website blocking

Communications Alliance, a group representing Australian telecommunications and Internet service provider businesses, has warned against expanding the scope of a law employed by government agencies to block public access to websites.

Source: Computerworld

This Is The Best Telstra Mobile Deal I've Ever Seen

It used to be that Telstra data was silly expensive. The network has undoubtedly the best mobile coverage across the country, but you’d pay a significant premium for that privilege. As of today, that has all been turned on its head — you’d be crazy not to jump on Telstra’s $50 $40 BYO mobile phone plan, which includes a total of 7GB of 3G, 4G, and 4GX data.

Source: Gizmodo