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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.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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.

Published in Open Sauce

Under pressure with each passing day as the number of complaints about the NBN mount, the head of NBN Co, Bill Morrow has attempted to deflect some of the criticism levelled at the rollout by those who compare it to the New Zealand network which is progressing without any major hitch.

Published in Telecoms & NBN



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