If any more confirmation was needed that Australia is proceeding down the path of the US Republican Party, it came from NBN chief executive Bill Morrow at a Senate Estimates hearing on Tuesday.
NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow has effectively told a Senates Estimates committee that the four million Australians who receive a fibre to the node connection to the NBN will have to pay if they want to upgrade it in the future.
The NBN Co, the company building Australia's national broadband network, has revealed that about 700,000 homes will receive NBN services through fibre to the distribution point (FttDP), a technology that it calls fibre to the curb.
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