By Malcolm Maiden – (Australia) A report commissioned by the federal government into the implementation of the national broadband network has, predictably, decided that the business case for the proposal is strongest if it is the sole national land-based network.
Strongest, in other words, if Telstra accepts a payment of about $8 billion to co-operate fully with its introduction by progressively shutting down its copper network and transferring its copper customers over. more> http://tinyurl.com/ycls6h8
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