Even with the NBN Co as a government entity in public hands (at least for now), the companies that retail the nbn service are faced with artificially limited capacity and pricing constraints while selling an unlimited product to consumers, leading to six month introductory deals that then raise the price afterwards - and it’s no surprise to see Internet providers and end-users still complaining about the NBN alike.
I've gone to No Landline at all (never thought that would happen) with a 100GB/month mobile plan which includes unlimited[…]
I too have a copy of the document.
I wasn’t speaking for Labor. I was speaking as a fellow journalist aware of what actually happened. I don’t know[…]
No, you do not. I have not linked to any source. Some random quote is irrelevant to this story.
Why wasn't it sent to us? It was sent to some small outlets that are definitely not mainstream. How can[…]