Locked into a second-rate NBN

It wasn’t all that long ago that our Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull took to the whiteboard to explain why we don’t need the level of high-speed broadband that was promised to Australia under Labor’s Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) plan. He has since gone quiet on the issue, as he has been able to lock the country into a low-speed broadband solution, without any plan for truly high-speed broadband in the future.

Lock it in, Eddie.

via Locked into a second-rate NBN | Business Spectator.

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