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.
For months now, we've been told that fast broadband would be arriving sooner because of the change in technology that the Coalition Government decided upon, with HFC cable and fibre-to-the-node being the saviours of the project. Now that dream is unravelling.
After suggesting earlier this month that the NBN Co would make available the speeds possible on a customer's connection, the company's chief executive Bill Morrow has again turned coy, telling a government committee that it was not the task of his company to act as the police.
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