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.
NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, has pulled in $405 million revenue during the first quarter of fiscal 2018, an increase of 124% over the $181 million generated in the corresponding quarter a year ago.
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow presented the opening keynote presentation at the Global Broadband Futures conference in Sydney at the Kirribilli Club this morning.
I'm surprised they didn't say if Apple devices were ok to use or not?
Take comfort in that when it takes 2 hours to watch a 90 minute movie on Netflix.
"Choosing your comparisons is like marking your own homework — it's very easy to get top marks."
Yeah just what I want more spyware from our (not) trustworthy Federal Government to put on my 'phone. No chance[…]
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