NBN fixed wireless speeds slashed to maximum of 50Mbps, sparking concern from Agrinet founder Daniel Winson

Stephen Mudd
Updated May 28 2018 - 8:28pm, first published 2:00pm
EXPERT: Agrinet founder Daniel Winson says cuts to maximum internet speeds for many rural and regional areas will hurt local economies, society in general and limit future opportunities.
EXPERT: Agrinet founder Daniel Winson says cuts to maximum internet speeds for many rural and regional areas will hurt local economies, society in general and limit future opportunities.

A “downgrade” to internet speeds will hold back the Riverina’s economy, an expert warns.

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Stephen Mudd

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Stephen Mudd is a journalist for Fairfax Media west of the great divide. He loves music, dogs and travel.

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