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Alice to get more internet speed

Alice Springs and close-by suburbs Araluen, Braitling, Ciccone, Desert Springs, East Side, Gillen, Ilparpa, Larapinta, Ross, Sadadeen and The Gap are getting "ultrafast internet...

NBN: Higher cost for less speed in Lingiari

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Lingiari customers could pay 44% more than someone in the city for the same 50 Mbps speed under the new NBN plan, writes Warren Snowdon (pictured), MHR for Lingiari.

Farm area needs better broadband: Paech

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NBN could fix it with a fixed wireless connection on top of the MacDonnell range. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Qantas to trial satellite WiFi serving the outback

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Satellite WiFi is still a rocky road but NBN is getting there for people in the outback, writes John SimonChief Customer Officer.

 

Outback lobbies concerned over telephone services

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Transferring telephone voice services in the bush from copper wire to satellite may not be a good idea, writes Teresa Corbin, CEO of the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network.

 

NBN for bush blasts off

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At long last, top-grade broadband for cattle stations, communities, writes NBN Corporate Affairs Manager, SA & NT, former Alice Springs journalist, JILL BOTTRALL.

 

IT and ancient lore, how will they get on?

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Traditions from long ago and cutting-edge IT are finding a way of living harmoniously in Alice Springs – or not. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: NBN roll-out starts.

 

LETTER: Too much or not enough debt?

Are conservative politicians right when they blame economic woes on too much debt, asks Richard Bentley of Alice Springs.

LETTER: The unfinished business of the NBN

 

 

 

The Broadband for the Bush Alliance is calling for a greater focus on remote Australians – the very people who could benefit the most from digital communications and the NBN, overcoming distance and isolation, writes John Huigen (pictured), Chair of the alliance, and CEO of Desert Knowledge Australia, who facilitate the Alliance.

LETTER: Coalition NBN sooner, cheaper

The Coalition will deliver NBN to the regions cheaper and residents and businesses in the Territory will be better off under the Coalition’s NBN policy.

Our plan will see real improvements in the broadband speeds of regional areas which have suffered under Labor’s neglect and we’ll do it in a way that’s more affordable for local families and businesses, writes Tina MacFarlane, Candidate for Lingiari.

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