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The question of what will happen to all the equipment in your home is one that has never been answered.
But, for the foreseeable future, the answer is probably never.
The main issue is a problem that will hit most people in the next 10 years or so: the advent of broadband and the associated cost of upgrading to it.
That means we’ll have a lot of people living in homes with high-bandwidth internet, but that won’t be a situation that’s going to last forever.
It’s important to note that these are just a handful of the options that people have, and the ones we’re most likely to see in the future.
So what do we need to do to make sure our internet service is there when we need it?
If you’re on a pay-per-use plan, there’s a very simple answer: upgrade to gigabit.
That’s the plan that comes with the most popular plan from Telstra, which offers you the equivalent of a gigabit per second (Gbps) download speed.
Telstra says that the plan comes with a $5.99 annual fee, but you can choose a lower rate if you live in Sydney and you can’t get a gigabyte a month.
Telnet isn’t available in the Sydney area at the moment, but there’s an alternative called Telstra Direct that offers access to internet at the speed of 10Mbps.
If you need gigabit service in Sydney, there are a few options available to you.
If Telstra’s fibre is your main broadband, you’ll get gigabit speeds at about $80 a month if you buy a Telstra Plus broadband package, and $130 a month for Telstra Next Fibre.
If your primary broadband provider isn’t Telstra (and you don’t need the extra gigabit), there are cheaper alternatives.
Telcos have also been selling fibre to the node (FTTN) plans, which offer speeds of up to 20Mbps and unlimited data at a price of $60 a month or $100 a month with Telstra Fibre or Telstra Optus Fibre Plus plans.
There’s also a fibre-to-the-node (FTTH) plan from Optus that offers speeds of 25Mbps and is available for $20 a month, and Telstra offers the cheapest FTTH plan for $150 a month which is available at Telstra stores.
If the plan you want isn’t the one listed above, Telstra is currently offering FTTN plans for $50 a month plus $20 for Telnet access.
You’ll also need a high-speed modem.
Telfone and Optus both have the same high-end model, the Optus FT-150.
These are expensive but you get gigabytes of bandwidth for the price of a couple of megabytes of data.
This is your primary internet connection if you’re not going to upgrade to a fibre option.
There are a lot more options if you want to upgrade but you don-t have a high speed modem or a Telfones FT-50.
There may be a cheaper option that doesn’t require a modem, but the price may be higher than what the Optuses FT-250 can cost.
The only way to really know if you have a good gigabit option is to check with your ISP, which is where you’ll find a few companies that sell fibre to homes.
Telus Optus Optix Optus provides fibre to your home for $40 a month and can deliver up to 100Mbps at 100Mbps speeds, plus a few extra gigabytes.
There is no cost for the fibre connection to Telstra customers, and there is no monthly fee for the Optix line.
Telos Optus Telstra can provide fibre to any premises, including homes.
The Optix service is only available to Telcos customers, but Telstra has said it has the capacity to extend it to other telcos.
Optus offers a more expensive fibre service, the Telstra FT-100.
This provides up to 300Mbps at a cost of $100 per month.
Optix FT-70 Telstra sells FT-71 and FT-72 FT-90 fibre-based options.
FT-91 and FT 90 are the most expensive options, costing $200 per month and $300 per month respectively.
These offer speeds up to 1Gbps and offer unlimited data.
They have to be connected to a Teleservices FT-60 network for the service to work, so it’s not a perfect solution.
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The FT-170, FT-420 and FT 500 can be added for a nominal charge.
Telera FT-390 FT-450 FT-460 FT-570 Telera Telstra Telstra also offers fibre to residential premises for $