Australasian network access

July 7, 2008

I have winged on several occasions about internet charges and facilities in Australasia and this trip is no exception. My current location has excellent good quality facilities, but internet access is another matter. One optionis a weak wireless signal with a charging rate that is extortionate to say the least, not only for time but with a very low megabyte limit. The other is a broadband cable that will stretch to the sofa, but not the desk and runs at 30kb/second. It’s no way to create a working environment, but it is around the norm. I keep thinking year on year that it may change, but I begin to despair that it ever will.

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