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  • The NBN is just another government project failure

    About five minutes into ABC’s Four Corners investigation into the National Broadband Network (NBN) program on Monday evening, I realised that once again, we weren’t talking about the real issues of large government project failure.

    Written by Colin Ellis26 Oct. 17 10:20
  • NBN now reaching 899,000 premises

    NBN on Wednesday said 899,000 homes and businesses across Australia can now order national broadband network services and customers are waiting an average of 15 days for a service to be connected.

    Written by Byron Connolly27 May 15 12:19
  • User-pays NBN a 'cop out', analyst says

    Telecommunications analyst Paul Budde has called a user pays system for the National Broadband Network (NBN) a "cop out".

    Written by Stephanie McDonald20 Feb. 13 09:52
  • Coalition's NBN will look like a "dog's breakfast": Ludlam

    Greens Senator Scott Ludlam believes the Coalition’s version of the National Broadband Network (NBN) will end up looking like a “dog’s breakfast” if it wins the federal election in September.

    Written by Stephanie McDonald19 Feb. 13 11:41
  • OPEL would be serving bush broadband today: Turnbull

    Federal opposition communications spokesman Malcolm Turnbull has used his National Press Club address to argue the decision to scrap the Howard government’s OPEL network for an NBN has denied the bush broadband services over the past three years.

    Written by Rodney Gedda03 Aug. 11 14:37
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