WA government has had enough & stops talking to NBN

The [Western Australian] government said its agencies reported difficulty in getting any information out of NBN coupled with “lengthy delays”, poor support, and confusion on when sites would be ready.

The relationship between NBN and the WA agencies had reached a point where talking to NBN was being avoided, the government said.

And then they took their bat and ball and went home and poor NBN had no one else to play with.

But seriously, that’s pretty damning for a state government to literally avoid talking to our nation’s supposed one-wholesaler of future communications.

If the stereotypically bureaucracy that is government thinks you’re obtuse and anything but transparent with communication I don’t think there’s a scale that rightfully shows just how bad things are.

Source: Western Australia gives up trying to talk to NBN | ZDNet

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