Hey, remember when the NBN was going to be a mostly-fibre project, but that we were never returning to that model? Turns out this week had different ideas about that.
NBN Co adds new speeds but not for all, Optus offers premium 4G, Cybertruck crashes on launch — Vertical Hold Episode 256
How will NBN Co’s proposed speed changes affect you? Should Optus be offering “priority” access to its 4G network? And can we talk about the Tesla Cybertruck without collapsing into a fit of giggles? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
LG’s 8K TV is now available — but can it justify its asking price? And why is NBN Co leaving selected suburbs in the dark when it comes to their connection date?
What does it take to become Fortnite world champion? Will the ACCC take down Google and Facebook? Vertical Hold Episode 239
The sweet science of eSports and another instance of SIMS SMASH in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Game of Thrones gets dark, Telstra tempts with free speed boost and Facebook secret crushes: Vertical Hold Episode 226
Was this week’s Game of Thrones actually “watchable” in any real way? Why is Telstra offering up “free” speed boosts to its HFC cable customers, and did Facebook really need to get into the love game?
Foxtel is competing with itself over sports streaming, while the big Mouse looks to take as much of Netflix’s cheese as it can in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Has Vodafone cracked roaming, does the NBN really have a clean bill of health, foldable phones emerge: Vertical Hold – Episode 203
Samsung starts a fresh wave of hype around foldable phones, Vodafone gets aggressive on roaming deals and the ACCC says the NBN is doing just fine… maybe… in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
What would a merged TPG/Vodafone look like? What changes will the new NBN CEO bring in? Is Google Home Max worth its steep asking price?
NBN congestion miracle cure, Optus kills unlimited mobile data plans after 1 day: Vertical Hold – Episode 169
The NBN says it’s all-but fixed congestion on its network, but should we believe it? Meanwhile, Optus was offering “unlimited” mobile broadband plans, somehow with “limits”. All this and more in the latest episode!
What real impact will the NBN’s HFC pause have? How serious was the Apple High Sierra root security problem, and why will we be waiting until 2018 to see Amazon Echo down under?