Adelaide Fights Broadband Gaps

Sick of being ignored by the major carriers, an Adelaide council has signed off on a contract to build its own broadband network with state government assistance. Salisbury City mayor Frank Zappia said that up to 66% of the municipality’s estimated 5,000 businesses are currently unable to gain access to broadband services. The situation forced the City of Salisbury to take matters into its own hands and scratch together $1 million from its own and state coffers to fund its own broadband network

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