The Federal Government needs to draft a statement of expectation as to what it expects to happen to the national broadband network next, after the network rollout is officially over at the end of the month, veteran telecommunications analyst Paul Budde says, adding that otherwise Australia will continue to languish in the broadband wilderness.
Rolling out fibre to the home is an expensive exercise and alternative methods need to be found to provide people with broadband that can yield speeds above 100Mbps, the marketing and communications director of NetComm, Els Baert, claims.
Labor communications spokesperson Michelle Rowland has laid the blame for the exit of NBN chief executive Bill Morrow squarely on the "economic mess' that the national broadband network has become under Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
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