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Australians downloaded 1,714,922 Terabytes in the 90 days to December 31st, 2015, according to new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). The bureau's new Internet Activity, Australia, December 2015, released today, points out that 98 per cent of those downloads used wired networks, which rather dampens the …

  1. DainB Bronze badge

    nbn Speed Tier 1 is 12Mbps and I've read somewhere that it's the most often installed option even with FTTP.

    1. mathew42

      Labor predicted that close to 50% would connect at 12Mbps on fibre. Telstra have decided to only offer 25Mbps & faster speeds, so many of Telstra's customers that might have chosen 12Mbps have chosen 25Mbps.

      Latest figures from NBNCo are 79% on 25Mbps or slower and not a single RSP is offering speeds faster than 100Mbps. NBNCo released speeds up to 1Gbps in December 2013.

      1. Jasonk

        What the MTM current predicts figures Mathew you don't want to talk about them as there even higher than labors figures.

        Yes nbnco did release 1Gbps services in 2013. But in 2016 no longer offer that why?

        But it good you repeating your lie again of no rsp offering higher than 100Mbps services.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    You talk of times of speed for all.

    And then broadband speeds all fall.

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