One of the key planks of a national broadband network should be implicit in the name — that it’s national. It looks like that’s not the way things are headed.
One factor that’s bothered me about an FTTN rollout for some time has been the divide between fibre and copper that would eventuate.
Adam Turner over at the SMH has looked at Malcolm Turnbull’s recent comments regarding this — and how he’d welcome the same private enterprises that used to rule the telecommunications roost here in Australia right back — and reached pretty much the same conclusions I have.
So go and read it now!
Image: G Meyer