NBN to receive a AU$20b loan from the government to complete network


The Australian government has announced that it will be providing the extra AU$19.5 billion needed for the National Broadband Network (NBN) company to complete its rollout of high-speed broadband across the nation.

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Malcolm has announced he’ll be throwing away an extra A$20b to further cripple the NBN to complete it’s inferior rollout of medium-to-slow broadband across some of the nation.

Source: NBN loaned AU$20b by government to complete rollout | ZDNet

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