The Competitive Carriers’ Coalition (CCC) says ‘the latest deal between the NBN and Telstra raises serious questions about how much consumers and competitors are being compromised.’
In a surprise move, Malcolm Turnbull has finally made the move that practically guarantees him an election win in 2016: a full fibre NBN with the MTM abolished.
NBN Co – the company building the National Broadband Network – has strongly rejected claims that it is failing to meet its rollout targets, is falling behind in the rollout and incurring increased costs.
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