Duopoly Chokes Fibre Speeds

A round of price increases over the past six months has left Australia’s download-hungry internet users scrambling to find affordable ways to feed their appetite for online videos and music, and is raising some bigger questions about the future of Australia’s broadband. Earlier this month Adelaide-based IP Internode raised prices for its broadband service by, in some cases, up to $40 a month. A week later, Sydney-based provider Exetel increased its prices

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