Selling the NBN Co to a private entity as a monopoly would be the worst way to ensure that the network is upgraded, a network expert says, adding that if the definition of insanity is to do the same thing repeatedly and expect different results, then privatising NBN Co as a monopoly would definitely qualify.
Optus-powered MVNO OVO, which famously offers 100GB for $69.95 per 30 days, as well as great unlimited voice and text plans with data allocations, now has national 7-Eleven distribution.
No, it’s not April 1, but Monday 13 June, with Labor promising to deliver FTTP to 2 million extra homes while leaving those on HFC cable and FTTN where they are, for now.
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