Media releases8 Sep 2023

The following media releases were published for each of the performance reports.

  1. Australia's broadband speeds: first report - 29 March 2018
  2. Broadband speeds strong but improvements needed for some - 31 July 2018
  3. NBN broadband speeds much improved for most, but not all - 5 November 2018
  4. NBN speeds mostly steady, but improvements needed - 6 February 2019
  5. NBN speeds improving but more work to do - 7 May 2019
  6. Underperforming broadband services still a problem for some consumers - 6 August 2019
  7. Differences in RSP download speeds are growing - 7 November 2019
  8. NBN plan speeds pick up for most consumers - 12 February 2020
  9. NBN speeds recover after COVID-19 demand - 21 May 2020
  10. NBN speeds holding up well in COVID environment - 29 September 2020
  11. Broadband speeds reach record highs during the pandemic - 4 December 2020
  12. Consumers receive better speeds and access to streaming services - 29 March 2021
  13. NBN speeds pick up as more households wanted for extended program - 30 June 2021
  14. NBN download speeds improve and more plans hit maximum speeds - 31 August 2021
  15. NBN download speeds steady but upload speeds not hitting maximum - 6 December 2021
  16. NBN fixed wireless consumers enjoy download speeds boost - 17 March 2022
  17. Broadband speeds increase for all consumers but urban services still perform better - 9 June 2022
  18. Broadband download speeds improve but upload speeds remain flat - 9 August 2022
  19. Australians receiving broadband retailers' advertised download speeds more often - 2 December 2022
  20. Most gamers enjoy fast connections as online gaming experience measured for first time - 5 April 2023
  21. Australians receive consistent download speeds as fixed wireless connections improve - 29 June 2023
  22. Broadband services provide good connectivity to popular business applications - 8 September 2023