The Labor Party has called for the federal government to direct NBN Co, the company building the national broadband network, to scale down copper and scale up fibre-to-the-curb, where it remains feasible, on the network.
Just a few hours after releasing its Broadband Index showing the latest stats and figures on how well it is doing with the rollout of the national broadband network, NBN Co has reported that nearly three quarters of a million Australian premises can now sign up for an Fibre-to-the Node (FttN) service one year after it commercially launched FttN services.
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