Recently completed trials by NBN Co of new NG-PON2 technology have achieved expected speeds of 10Gbps over the broadband provider's FttP connections, further widening the performance gap between the FttN and FttP portions of the network.
If the NBN Co is to be believed, then the organisation that has been vested with building and commissioning the national broadband network is not in any way responsible for the terrible speeds that many residents encounter after they switch to the network.
So your home/business is NBN-ready. You have started receiving flyers from different telcos, all soliciting your business. You have even got a notification from NBN Co giving you a list of ISPs that service your area. If you think you are home and dry, think again.
I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.
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