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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanboy View Post
    This seems a good place to drop this.... Thank god i don't have to deal with the NBN, what a Cluster F@#k
    What it really is................is a crime against the national interest for the sake of political expediency that my grandchildren will be paying for

    ppl should be held accountable, but I wont hold my breath

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    It was always GOING to be a cluster f*ck from it's inception. The mere idea was a case of political expediency. Old time Telstra workers knew it couldn't be done.

    The proof is that when the ALP lost government only 1% (less I think) was done despite Conroys lies. It was napkined in for an election, with no real research into implementation and plan at all. Most of us at least have SOMETHING now, rather than what? I dunno, 10% by now?

    It's been driven by politics from the very beginning. Here in the national capital it STILL is.
    The fact that there's a highway to hell and a stairway to heaven says a lot about the anticipated traffic flow.

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    NBN going well i see!
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    Oh well, looks like the press are really putting the knife in. The following is one extract from about a dozen posted in the last few days, all totally negative of what the NBN has become, i will only add one, but have plenty more if you want!!
    There is a fine line between "Hobby" and "Madness"

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    The NBN is becoming what it was always destined to become, even before Conroy conceded that the rollout and business model was all wrong at the start....
    The fact that there's a highway to hell and a stairway to heaven says a lot about the anticipated traffic flow.

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    Ignoring the advice of technically competent people, Turnbull sought to sell Australians on a plan that promised build speed and less expense.
    That says it all !

    Ignorance is NOT a bliss, it rarely is.

    Propper fibre would have worked and works very well in the pilot projects and could have been deployed faster/cheaper hadn't Telstra sabotaged it.

    What has happened now to FTTC?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nomeat View Post
    What has happened now to FTTC?
    FTTC is still progressing.

    Only HFC they've put the brakes on.

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