National networks are being built out in Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United States, the United Kingdom – and Australia which is prioritising regional and hard-to-reach areas within the network footprint, and bringing high-speed broadband of at least 25Mbps to 100 percent of the population using Fixed Wireless Network Termination Devices (FWNTDs) specially engineered by NetComm Wireless.

A new OVUM report found that Australia's National Broadband Network (nbn) is doing more in terms of regional broadband investment than its international counterparts who are leaving behind the last few percent of their market on very slow speeds.

Read the report