BN Co is also considering offering a “fibre-on-demand” product which will allow home or business owners to purchase FTTP for an undisclosed price. The spokesperson said the company could not currently provide details on pricing, but the rules for fibre-on-demand would be released “in the coming months”.
In 2012, one South Australian resident was quoted $150,000 tp upgrade to FTTP for a premise located 1.3km from the nearest NBN network boundary.
The company said it will also work with small communities wanting to co-fund an FTTP rollout.
So some people get FTTP, others will have to pay for it. Our tax dollars at work.