Melbourne telco Binary Networks takes fixed wireless to 'underserviced' Goondiwindi

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Melbourne telco Binary Networks takes fixed wireless to 'underserviced' Goondiwindi
A Melbourne-headquartered telco is hoping to win the hearts and minds of a Queensland community it says has suffered a rocky 12 months of connectivity. Binary Networks will officially launch its fixed wireless offering in Goondiwindi, 340km from Brisbane, this weekend, where chief executive ...

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