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Compared to some Asisan Countries we are about a Decade behind them maybe even moreIt was going super slow and I wasn't in a great mood at the time. It did pick up in speed and finished not long after. It was like 5 gig.
Still Australian net is complete potato.
Don’t have to “dig up streets” to deliver FTTP to those on FTTN.Download Speed
It changes from day to day on FTTN,
Anyways a question?
How would Fiber to the Kerb be delivered ?
I doubt streets would be dug up to install a fibre optic cable to the home owner.
And the cost also?
The other thing is months ago I had problems and my friend (bigpond cough) in Asia boosted my speed to 100 Mpbs.
5G isn’t the saviour of home internet that everyone thinks it was going to be.With the advent of fixed wireless and 5G being deployed, at least we're now seeing other options popping up. Hopefully with a bit of competition from other private network operators the game will change a little.
Companies like Node1 and Pentanet are bringing solid fixed wireless solutions to the table if you're fortunate enough to be in their service area. If you're not you'll be stuck on FTTN though. There's talk of some FTTN clients being upgraded to FTTH, but nobody knows how long that's going to take and whether the rumours are actually true. FTTN in Perth is OK in some areas. Cabling in the streets are fairly decent, but Perth is obviously much younger than some of the other cities, so the infrastructure is newer and a tad better herel, although I'd imagine the cabling inside some older houses could be a bit shonky. We've had our internals fixed by the local NBN technician, and we're now getting 92mbps down and 50mbps up, which is fair for streaming movies and stuff.
Depends what Plans are Available.