The Coalition's national ICT plan was announced today, less than a week before the Federal election.
Albanese (pictured) and Lundy's remarks on their opponent's plans are scathing, referring to the Coalition's "second rate broadband plan" and "piecemeal policy".
"The Coalition’s policy also remarkably identifies South Korea, Denmark, Sweden and Singapore as the most mature and sophisticated digital economies," said the Ministers.
"Singapore is not an OECD member, but it has built a full fibre to the home network."
The joint statement said "Federal Labor will do it [build the NBN] once, do it right, and do it with fibre."