Someone is frisky at NBN Co, obsessed with "doing it" alongside reporting Australia’s "love affair with the Internet is growing".
Residents of Tasmania’s west coast are still expecting the National Broadband Network to be delivered to the region over a fibre-to-the-node network, rather than via a fibre-to-the premises (FttP) network favoured by some, but are awaiting final confirmation from the federal government that it will honour its election commitment to an FttN rollout.
iiNet founder and former CEO, Michael Malone, has been appointed to the board of the National Broadband Network (nbn) as a non-executive director to replace Simon Hackett who has left the board after two years and a half years in the role.
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and they should pay their share of tax as well
Mission Accomplished Sam, the NBN is going FIBRE. Yaaaaaaaaaaay! And about 10 years late but better late that NEVAAAAAAAAAR.