The company building the $200,000 box is building it in Australia because it wants to provide better service in the market, a spokesperson for the company said.
The box is designed to work with all Australian TV and broadband networks.
But the spokesperson said there are many factors that would determine if it would be appropriate for Australia’s market.
The company said it had worked with the ABC in an effort to find the right location for the service.
It is building the box in Melbourne and plans to expand it to other cities.
“It will be the first Australian TV box to support the NBN, and will have a full range of TV content from Australian-made content,” the spokesperson told ABC News.
“The boxes are also the first to support a new high-speed wireless technology that has been developed specifically for Australia.”
This is a new technology that will allow Australians to get faster and more reliable internet at lower cost.
“But it is expensive to deliver a broadband service. “
Australia is not an expensive market,” the company’s spokesperson said.
The box was designed by a Melbourne-based company called Zephyr Networks. “
We are building this box to meet that need and also to be able to deliver other services as well, like video and audio services.”
The box was designed by a Melbourne-based company called Zephyr Networks.
The spokesperson said the boxes will be available for $299.99 (NZ$315.15) on the Zephyrs website and through the ABC.
It is not known when the box is expected to be available.
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