Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Australia to spend A$18.4m to prop up ailing NBN satellite service

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Tuesday 25 March 14

Communications minister brands previous government's satellite broadband initiative a train wreck.

Australia's government will spend A$18.4 million to increase capacity on what communications minister Malcolm Turnbull described as NBN Co's train wreck of a satellite broadband service. Under the previous government, state-owned broadband wholesaler NBN Co rented A$352 million worth of satellite capacity to provide coverage to around 250…

Australia's government will spend A$18.4 million to increase capacity on what communications minister Malcolm Turnbull described as NBN Co's train wreck of a satellite broadband service. Under the previous government, state-owned broadband wholesaler NBN Co rented A$352 million worth of satellite capacity to provide coverage to around 250…

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