Is Transact acting as a monopolist bully by forcing their customers into new two year contracts for every minor change of service, in a market where there is limited competion and often no other choice?
Some friends and I are looking to move in to a house together. We all study/work in either Belconnen or the City, so rentals on the north side are looking good.
One area that really appeals are the Gungahlin suburbs south of the town centre (big new houses, not far from the City/Belco, [...]
ZDnet has had a look at ABS data showing Canberrans are made of win when it comes to being online.
We just pip cashed up Western Australians and leave the luddite New South Welsh in the dust.
Did anyone else notice this significant slow internet speed lately in Dunlop (I’m in Jarramlee Park)?
Two weeks ago I was getting frustrated with my supposedly ADSL speed slowed down. So I used my provider’s speed test application online to check the speed. A couple of weeks ago, I got roughly 780kb/sec download speed, which isn’t [...]
This is part of a greater post made at actbroadband.net and is an update on the post I made here on the 29th September.
I call on Chris Taylor, General Manager of Telstra Country Wide in the ACT to invest in Gungahlin for the benefit of its residents. An upgrade to telecommunications services are required desperately. [...]
Many of you in the North of Canberra are acutely aware of the ongoing Internet performance issues being experienced by residents the of Gungahlin, parts of Kaleen and even Watson.
If you have ever wondered why the Internet at your place never seem to work as well as your friend in Hackett, or Monash? This site [...]
Optus – amazingly – say they can’t get a line from Telstra to run into our new home in Red Hill.
I say they can go and get screwed – but I also always say “Don’t get even, get ahead.”
It’s time to stick two fingers up at the telcos and go for naked DSL.
What services [...]
Hi, has anyone in the Dunlop area been able to get an ADSL2/2+ connection?
I’ve been told that it runs off a RIM from the Melba Exchange.