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How Much More Do Regional Aussies Pay For NBN Plans?

When the concept of a national broadband network (NBN) was laid out in 2009, it was meant to deliver super-fast internet to every Australian premise directly. Unfortunately, the reality has been quite different, with hundreds of thousands of households unconnected or tethered to inferior technologies. Another notable discrepancy is price. It turns out that not all NBN customers are created equal, with some regions paying more for comparable services.
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