The Australian Labor Party claims the rollout of the Coalition Government's multi-technology mix national broadband network has reached "new depths of confusion", with NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow saying he is thinking of building a 5G wireless network to bypass parts of the copper NBN that are unreliable or corroding.
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow has claimed that some of the problems that led to the postponement of connecting customers to the network through HFC only surfaced recently as the volume of customers who were connecting rose in number.
Telstra’s mobile network is well-positioned to offer superior services to those offered by NBN Co, the company building the national broadband network, according to the latest report by a telecoms analyst.
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