Plucky Aussie Internet provider TPG is taking NBN Co head on, announcing it has commenced a live trial of its fibre-to-the-basement technology, in a move that has drawn criticism from NBN head Ziggy Switkowski.
In its submission to the Vertigan NBN report Telstra has argued in favour of its structural separation – so long as the regulatory framework of the NBN does not change too much.
NBN Co chief Ziggy Switkowski has fired a warning shot at Internet provider TPG, telling a Senate committee that the national broadband network's finances could be "severely impacted" by competition from other fibre-to-the-basement Internet providers.
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