Broadband Honesty, Nokia 3310 lives, Flying Cars and Flying Netflix: Vertical Hold Episode 114

Should Australian ISPs come clean on broadband speeds? Who’s lining up to buy a revived Nokia 3310? Would you get into a flying car, and would you want Netflix access while you were up there?

We’re once again joined by regular guest, Macworld Australia editor Anthony Caruana in this week’s episode, where we examine the ACCC’s moves to force broadband providers to disclose likely network speeds, Qantas’ shift to allowing inflight Wi-Fi fast enough to stream Netflix and whether or not any of us are confident enough to get into an autonomous flying drone. Also, for some reason Nokia is rumoured to be bringing back the Nokia 3310, so it’s time to party like it’s the year 2000. Anyone for a Y2K problem?

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