The already highly politicised National Broadband Network has become an even hotter political potato since it has become apparent that the Government cannot deliver on its promise of 93% coverage for $36 billion. Given that it is politically unacceptable to increase the NBN budget, is there a way that 93% can still get fast broadband without breaking the bank? Perhaps.
Ruslan Kogan, the e-tail entrepreneur building his own brand on the back of value and cunning stunts, could have chosen a man called Con to cut the cable but didn't, continuing to cut the 'cable con' on his own.
If you're in Melbourne, in an area that can get Telstra's BigPond Cable Ultimate Plans but were put off by the need to partake of a specific Telstra bundle, the need for speed now comes unbundled for those who wish to connect to a broadband bundle of joy!
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Yes, it's an admission that they failed but not a full solution. More pressure will be required.
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