The pace of the national broadband network rollout has picked up as connections hit the three million mark, but with the operator, NBN Co, cautioning that the increase in connections and activations presents new customer connection and experience issues.
Problems surrounding the connecting of consumers to the NBN via HFC cable have led to the NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, changing the way it provides these connections.
Internet Australia chief Laurie Patton has repeated his previous assertions that when the rollout of the national broadband network is completed in 2020, much of it will need to be rebuilt because it will be out of date.
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Alternative headline: Four million ignore the NBN. Woeful ARPU sees NBN Co struggling to reach profitability.