No-frills NBN provider aims for the tech savvy

A group of telco consultants and engineers in Victoria is planning to launch a not-for-profit internet service provider in an attempt to provide cheap access to the National Broadband Network for like-minded people.

The nascent group, dubbed No ISP, gained cooperative status under Victorian law earlier this month, enabling them to recruit members and provide services without the financial requirements of a standard company structure.

It will offer plans on the NBN with minimal margins, facilitated by near-zero costs, non-existent staffing and none of the support or service structures now commonplace in the telco and ISP industries.

In effect, No ISP plans to offer NBN as a utility, rather than a service — via redwolf.newsvine.com

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