Singapore on top with NBN, Australia's plans near standstill

Thursday 2 September 2010 | 09:18 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
While Australia is still working on a new government coalition that could lead to the country's NBN plans being put on the backburner, Singapore has launched commercial services on its NBN. Everyone agrees universal broadband is important, but the question is still, how much is enough and how long should it take to achieve it?

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: AAPT / Nucleus Connect / OpenNet / SingTel / StarHub / Telstra
Countries: Australia / Singapore
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