About 200,000 homes and businesses which were classed as "ready to connect" in November 2017 by the NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, have gone missing from this category of dwellings according to the company's own figures.
The Australian Labor Party has raised doubts about the reliability of the Telstra HFC cable network after it was reported that Foxtel would not be using HFC for transmission any more, but moving to satellite.
Nearly half of the consumers who connected to the NBN during the last 12 months experienced dropouts while a little more than a quarter experienced service outages, according to data on the NBN consumer experience released by the Australian Communication and Media Authority on Thursday.
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