NBN Co chief Bill Morrow has admitted that the National Broadband Network cannot deliver an affordably priced super-fast broadband product to Australians. However, he claims we don't need it anyway and wouldn't use it even if it was free.
Australian consumers believe they are getting a raw deal from their Internet service providers over the speed of their broadband services, with most of them believing they aren’t getting what they signed up to, and paid for.
Almost a quarter of Australians — equating to three million people — are dissatisfied with their home broadband speed, according to a newly published survey.
Can vouch for being a happy Aussie Broadband customer since giving up Telstra and it's very poor customer service.
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