According to nbn CEO Bill Morrow, the company only plans to upgrade the slowest fixed-line connections once enough people have demonstrated they're willing to pay for faster speeds.
Two months after removing the technology choice section of nbn's address checker portal, the company has now restored this information.
The ACCC will issue new guidelines and work with NBN retail service providers in an attempt to address mass confusion among customers about the speeds their plans are meant to deliver.
While nbn has introduced a new model for calculating the wholesale costs, the body representing many NBN retail customers is concerned it may hamper competition.
The Australian contact centre market is now worth over $500m, and the services component on the market is expected to grow by 40% through to 2020, IDC projects.
NBN extends special services sunset date for some companies
MyRepublic, the new entrant into Australia's NBN reseller market, has derided NBN CEO Bill Morrow's claim that there is no significant demand for superfast broadband speeds in Australia.
The NBN now reaches around a third of premises across Australia and total active connections reached 1.6m as of the end of 2016, nbn's latest half-year report shows.
A new report finds that the completion of the NBN in 2020 has the potential to deliver significant economic and social benefits, but critics warn that the current technology mix may not be sufficient to deliver these gains.
The NBN rollout is expected to reach 50% completion by around June this year, and the focus of construction activities is expected to shift more towards metropolitan areas over the next 12 months.
VHA has contracted Ericsson and Cisco to transform and virtualise the Vodafone Australia core and IP networks to bring their operation into the cloud.
The AMA is calling on the government to ensure all Australians have affordable access to quality broadband, saying it is essential to improving health outcomes in rural areas.
Optus Wholesale has expanded its suite of wholesale NBN connectivity services to cover HFC access, as well as access via aggregated virtual circuits in data centres in key capitals.
Australia's 50th-place ranking in Akamai's latest State of the Internet report shows the need for the NBN rollout to be completed ASAP — according to nbn, or for a better NBN — according to Internet Australia.
The government's proposal to impose a $7 per month levy on high-speed broadband services to fund the delivery of NBN services in rural areas amounts to "robbing Peter to pay Paul", according to Internet Australia CEO Laurie Patton.