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Australia's National Broadband Network Officially Open For Business 161

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the and-you-thought-america-had-high-prices dept.
sydneyhype writes "The Australian National Broadband Network is open for business. The 14,000 residents on the first roll-out will be able to order an NBN service (current ISP contract permitting). Internode, Exetel, and iiNet have released their commercial pricing. iiNet has undercut Internode with prices starting at $49.95 per month for 12Mbps down and 1Mbps up with 20gb on-peak and 20gb off-peak."
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Australia's National Broadband Network Officially Open For Business

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