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.
A survey of New Zealand businesses on their attitudes to the Ultrafast Broadband Network - the country's version of Australia's National Broadband Network - has found over 80 percent of respondents likely to take up the service in the first year it becomes available, but wanting more information about speed and pricing.
Good on you Doctor CraigI hope this Aussie invention stays in Oz
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