Users of the NBN’s Sky Muster satellite across Australia and the Central Goldfields Shire are set to receive up to 50 percent more peak data as soon as October.
The Minister for Regional Development Fiona Nash and Member for Wannon Dan Tehan recently announced the NBN will double the maximum monthly wholesale data limits and increase average peak download plans by up to 50 percent for Sky Muster customers.
After hearing the Sky Muster failed to supply enough data for some customers, particularly for businesses, Minister Nash and Minister for Communications Mitch Fifield put it to the the NBN Co board to find ways to deliver more data.
“We’re so pleased to be delivering more data to Sky Muster users,” Minister Nash said.
“For the first time, we expect customers to be able to purchase plans of more than 100 gigabytes a month of peak data.”
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