The National Broadband Network is currently under construction and will eventually provide fast internet access to a majority of Australians. By July 2016 25% of all homes will have access to the network. 75% of all homes should have access by the fall of 2018. Opponents of the network argue that the project is severely over budget and should be turned over to private companies. Proponents of the network argue that fast internet at a low cost is necessary to grow the Australian economy.
Again more fraud in the government and businesses taking advantage of stupid politicians. The massive blowout with almost no accountability is absurd. I say privatise only because governments these days lack the capability to do government works effectively. We can't even build roads, almost all major roads recently have been done privately and now we pay toll. Just another tax on the people this will be the same. so sad.
In a science where technology advances are inevitable, why would we commit to a project which will almost certainly be outdated by the time it is rolled out. This is a massive land area we are trying to cover. Wireless has to be the way forward.
No - apparently we don't have the money for our elderly peolpe who paid their taxes to watch all the parasites we import get everything and they want to worry about a computer going faster how about the real issues that affect eveyone not just a few
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