Today, we are thrilled to unveil our latest innovation - the Kogan Drone Broadband Network (DBN) - a game changer that will use drones in the sky to deliver faster Internet for all Australians, replacing the need for the National Broadband Network (NBN).
The current Australian NBN rollout is going to cost an estimated $73 billion. Frustrated by the delays and cost blow-out associated with the NBN, our team of engineers decided to take matters into their own hands.
As the name suggests, Kogan’s DBN will rely solely on drones to deliver fast Internet to data loving Aussies, who don’t want to spend more than five minutes waiting for House of Cards or Game of Thrones to download.
The Kogan DBN is lightning fast. It literally transports data from point to point faster than any other series of tubes.
We were going to make a cool video showing how the DBN works, but we wanted to deliver a broadband network on time and on budget, so we just made an image instead.
Gaining access to the new DBN is simple. All you need is to have a portable hard drive ready for the drone to pick up. The drones are already in the air waiting to serve your high speed broadband needs.
The network is capable of delivering four terabytes of data across Melbourne in under 60 minutes via automated drone, providing a transfer speed of 1.3Gbps. Way faster than the NBN’s paltry 100Mbps download speed.
The Kogan DBN does not require any expensive infrastructure. It does not rely on the poorly maintained Telstra copper network. It won’t require an expensive fibre rollout, manual labour digging up unsightly trenches, or littering Aussie streets with ugly data boxes.
The Kogan DBN won’t cost the taxpayer a single dollar. In fact, it’s ready today and drones are already in the air waiting to serve every Australians high speed transfer needs.
In keeping with our goal to make the latest technology more affordable for everyone, access to the Kogan DBN is completely free. However, a new hard drive will be required for each transfer.