Internet Australia chief Laurie Patton has called for a bipartisan political solution to solve what he says are key problems of the national broadband network, including speed issues confronted by consumers.
United States headquartered global research firm Forrester has described billionaire businessman and President-elect Donald Trump’s election as a victory in the “Age of the Customer”, suggesting that Trump understood and responded to the needs of the “customers” better than his opponent, Hilary Clinton.
Internet Australia is critical of the short-term thinking by both the major political parties that has plagued the planning, development and roll-out of the National Broadband Network. IA has now made a pre-election call for a focus on the long-term benefits of a fast broadband service and has given its support to a review of the network rollout.
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