In damage control mode again, this time ahead of an ABC programme apparently detailing more of the same issues with the NBN that have been widely publicised, NBN Co chief Bill Morrow has said that the network will never make a profit unless it is protected from competition.
The national broadband network rollout, continually mired in political and public controversy over its multi-technology mix and speed variations and endless consumer complaints, now has its first activation of premises with Fibre-to-the-Curb (FttC) technology, heralded by NBN Co as a much cheaper technology delivering substantial cost savings.
Bill Morrow is awfully good at finding excuses to paper over the failings of the corporation he heads – the NBN Co. The list of differences he has drawn up between the broadband rollout in Australia and New Zealand, to argue that comparing the two rollouts is unfair, is not all hot air, but there are holes here and there.
Noise and latency. Wifi and wireless junk will do that.
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