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Internet ‘Beefed Up’

06 Aug, 2020

The Queensland Government says meat exporter John Dee “is having its internet capacity beefed up through backhaul provider QCN Fibre, bringing benefits to local businesses and residents”. Minister for Innovation and State Development Kate Jones said QCN Fibre is “enabling John Dee, a major employer in Warwick in Southern Queensland, to access high-speed commercial-grade internet, opening up new growth opportunities”. “Internet is crucial when it comes to support businesses to grow and employ more people,” Ms Jones said. “We want to help companies like John Dee to expand and be able to export more. “That’s why we’re breaking down the digital divide by unlocking more than 10,000km of optical fibre throughout the state to provide better internet for people in regional Queensland. “The improvements it is bringing to regional telecommunications comes at a critical time as more people work online and it’s even more important to boost regional capacity. “QCN Fibre will be the platform to bring metropolitan-grade services, at metropolitan prices, to regional Queenslanders. “It’s great to see how well QCN Fibre is working with telecommunications carriers and internet service providers to connect parts of our spare optical fibre network in key regional areas.” QCN Fibre is a new…

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Local internet to be faster, cheaper

05 Aug, 2020

Goondiwindi locals and businesses will soon benefit from some of the cheapest and fastest internet in Australia. Innovation Minister Kate…

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State Govt to deliver cheaper, faster internet in Goondiwindi

30 Jul, 2020

Goondiwindi locals and businesses will soon benefit from some of the cheapest and fastest internet in Australia thanks to the…

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QCN Fibre partners with Channel Wireless, CBN

27 Jul, 2020

Goondiwindi and Warwick are among the regional Queensland towns now connected by QCN Fibre’s backhaul network. QCN Fibre is jointly…

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