...and scores of other people besides, myself included.
How is this done?
Suddenly pull the plug on the old remote access Internet funding method, announce that the new method will be public on 01 April, then sit on your thumbs.
Yup, that’s our gummint for you.
I wouldn’t mind so much but I’m living in a town where the only other connectivity option is either dialup or a internally complicated service called OneWire which here seems to be about 20% faster (whee!).
Telstra have a petition form where you can ask for ADSL in your area, but first off — as I’ve said before — it appears to be about as useful as weeing upwind, and second off is Telstra’s ADSL plans. Get, for example, a gigabyte limit, a fixed IP address & 1500/256 kilobits or so (note qualifier about “estimated” speeds), & you’re looking down the muzzle of about $90 a month, or $3 a day.