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    Queensland Raceway to hold dedicated E-Day for Electric Cars

    Mark your calendars for 22 August, 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM because it's time for E-Day, a dedicated event for electric car enthusiasts! If you're passionate about electric vehicles (EVs) and love the thrill of the track, this is the perfect event for you. Here's everything you need to know about this electrifying day. Event Overview E-Day is exclusively designed for electric cars, bringing together a maximum...

    Two of the best games for your work travels

    Unwind, network, and chill out with card and board games for all the tech-heads out there. These games will have you laughing, strategising, and having fun with all your friends—new and old.
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    Turns out Turnbull was dead wrong about NBN demand, people do want ultrafast NBN

    Aussie Broadband has announced that the new ultra-fast NBN plans that deliver 1000Mbps down and 50Mbps up, are incredibly popular. So popular are the...

    Aussie Broadband launches Carbon, NBN business connections in minutes

    Getting your business locations connected to the NBN can often be a lengthy, drawn-out process involving dozens of emails, phone calls and appointments to...

    Aussie Broadband selling 1Gps/400Mbps plan for $429pm, down from $699

    Aussie Broadband has new pricing for enterprise customers who can now get a 1000/400Mbps connection for just A$429.00, down from A$699.00. The company has...

    Aussie Broadband starts rolling out $1.8m fibre optic network expansion

    It's clear that one of Australia's best ISPs is Aussie Broadband, often at the top of internet speed results. That doesn't come by chance,...

    Aussie Broadband now allow customers to ‘Kick’ their own service

    Australian Retail Service Provider RSP) Aussie Broadband is now offering customers a new feature through their MyAussie mobile app. Customers can now “kick” their...

    How much data do you use on FTTP NBN ? I used 420GB in 12 days.

     When I first connected my new home to the NBN of FTTP, I selected MyRepublic. Long story short, speeds dropped to less than 10Mbps...
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