New Zealand Is Getting The NBN We Were Going To Get

jxeeno blog:

In a presentation to institutional investors yesterday, Chrous, the leading telecommunications company in New Zealand projected that at least 75% of premises will be connected using FTTP/B by the end of 2020 — in sharp comparison with the 26% planned for the Coalition’s Multi-Technology Mix National Broadband Network (MTM NBN).

Everyone is moving towards FTTP because it makes sense and will handle future growth. Our pathetic government does the opposite because it thinks it knows better. Australia will be held back economically because of this disadvantage versus other developed countries.

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