Throttling the data of so-called “extreme users” is one of the options NBN Co is considering to free up bandwidth bottlenecks on its fixed wireless network.
NBN Co CEO, Bill Morrow, will leave his role with the National Broadband Network builder by the end of the year.
The move is aimed at improving speeds for end customers and driving top-tier product uptake.
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