Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition leader Bill Shorten should put politics aside and agree on fibre-to-the-driveway (FttDP) technology for the national broadband network, Internet Australia chief executive Laurie Patton says.
The ABC had a much wider sample of digital polling data than commercial polling companies during the recent Australian federal election, but did not use the material to say which party was ahead at any particular point in time because "that is not our mandate", a spokesman for Vox Pop says.
And so, it all seems to be over, at least as far as the NBN is concerned. A tsunami called Brexit has more or less ensured that Malcolm Turnbull will continue as Australia's prime minister after 2 July. And with him, of course, comes that mongrel multi-technology mix NBN.
Don't sweat it, all good
My apologies, I did not mean to give that impression.
still expensive and rubbish
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