The Results

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  • commented 2015-11-21 20:41:15 +1100
    Fibre to the premises is an absolute must, as this report recognises. Ageing and dilapidated copper is not part of any broadbrand solution. After many years we were finally connected to ADSL2 through Telstra, but the slow speeds and dropouts are a constant source of frustration. University lectures freeze and drop out, and streaming services are only worthwile watching weekdays before 3.30pm. I realise I am ‘lucky’ that we are not still experiencing dial up speeds like others are, but it is nowhere near good enough. I am at Albion Park – 2527.
  • commented 2015-11-21 10:09:10 +1100
    We also need it in 2528, which is Mt. Warrigal, Barrack Heights, Warilla.
    Please don’t forget us, as we also need it, as I said when we filled out your survey.
    Thanks.
  • commented 2015-11-20 12:29:48 +1100
    Once again Oak Flats is the poor relation!! How many studies have been done on Oak Flats ?
    Pedestrian movement etc etc
    IGA have opened a major store and not one extra parking space has been added,,its like Pitt Street in Sydney at the moment circle,circle until someone leaves a spot,both my wife and I have mobility problems which does not help.