NBN Co, the company building Australia's national broadband network, has announced that it will increase both the monthly download limits and the average peak downloads by up to 50% on its Sky Muster satellite service.
Internet Australia executive director Laurie Patton is demanding an apology from NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow, claiming that the latter has defamed him under parliamentary privilege.
Labor's communications spokesperson Michelle Rowland says NBN Co's latest announcement titled "NBN moves from build to run" could be better described as "NBN’s spin moves from bad to worse".
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