The stated objective of FTTN is to provide 98% of Australians with internet speeds of 12 Mbps. The hard question most ask when the subject of FTTN is raised, is - "OK, but how much am I going to have to pay for it?".
Internode and nine other leading ISPs are calling on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to restrain Telstra from the "anti-competitive conduct" of barring wholesale access to its ADSL2+ broadband infrastructure.
Internode will boost its international cable capacity to the US after signing a five-year agreement with Southern Cross Cable Network (SCCN).