Depending on where you live, the cost of your gigabit may be as high as £1,000, according to research by the ISP SuperNET.
That’s according to an analysis by Google and data compiled by the Open Internet Alliance.
The analysis is based on data from the UK’s national broadband regulator, the National Broadband Network (NBN).
The NBN, which is set to become operational by the end of 2019, will provide a high-speed connection for most people in Australia.
NBN co-founder Ziggy Switkowski said in a statement that the cost was “probably” £1 million or so.
“In this case, we’re using NBN Co’s pricing information as a guide for estimating the cost per gigabyte to provide a more accurate assessment,” he said.
“To give you a ballpark estimate, it would be around $1,500, so that’s a pretty good deal for an NBN rollout.”
NBN Co, which owns the NBN, does not break out pricing information for other networks in Australia, but SuperNET’s analysis suggests that the average cost of a gigabyte of broadband across Australia would be about £1.30.
The NBN Co spokesman said the company was “proud” of the NBN and its cost estimates.
“The NBN is Australia’s fastest and most reliable network, providing speeds of up to 1,000 megabits per second (Mbps), with the largest download speeds of anywhere in the world,” he wrote in an email.
“This cost will be paid by the Government and consumers.”
The NBN also said it would not break down the cost, saying “the NBN will be transparent and transparently communicate this information.”
In Australia, NBN Co has been running a fibre network for the past four years.
The network is currently the country’s fastest network.
However, NBN co has been trying to speed up the rollout of the network, and has been awarded $1.8 billion from the Australian government for its efforts.
It is not clear how much of the funding will be used for the NBN.
The latest update to NBN Co said it had completed the rollout in just over half of the planned territory.
“All Australian customers have been notified of the rollout and are experiencing service improvements at the moment,” it said in the update.
The NBN spokesman said that the NBN Co had been working with a range of government agencies, including the Department of Communications, to make the cost estimates available to the public. “
We’re now moving towards the rollout phase of our fibre network across the country.”
The NBN spokesman said that the NBN Co had been working with a range of government agencies, including the Department of Communications, to make the cost estimates available to the public.
“They’ve been working through the process, and it’s coming to the point where we’re releasing it to the community now,” he told the ABC.
“What’s also important is that people can compare the costs across different ISPs, and also compare it to what other broadband providers are charging.”