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please contact us via the details provided below.Its a little more than a year since the government issued a final report on the future of the National Broadband Network, the $37 billion project to upgrade and extend the national broadband network.
The final report had been expected to be released on June 10.
Heres a quick rundown of the six major changes the government implemented to the NBN, as well as comments from some of the major players involved in the project.
1. Australia should spend more on the NBN
The National Broadband Network was developed with an eye toward the future specifically, how the Australian government would use the infrastructure later on. That meant it was built with capacity in mind, with the goal of providing service to all Australians by the end of 2015.
However, in 2013, the Federal Government decided to take its eye off the ball and focus on the future rather than on what was immediately available today like construction. That meant that the project took on an entirely different complexion, and the NBN was given a new name the National Broadband Network Upgrade.
The change was met with criticism from some elements of the NBN project, such as the Communications Alliance a major lobby group made up of a broad group of telecoms corporations and industry trade groups which argued that increasing the spending on the NBN would cause more harm than good.
However, the government has stuck by its decision. In a May 2014 budget update, the government said that it planned to spend $29 billion on the NBN as part of its strategy for the Australian economy over the next five years.
2. Network costs will be increased
Although theres no evidence to suggest that the increase in network costs (due to cost pressures) has directly caused Australias broadband service to drop, it has been cited as one of several reasons that the governments decision to build the NBN under the Coalition will drive up the cost to residents.
The reason is that the NBN was intended to expand the broadband network in unserved areas areas where broadband is only available at a speed of at least 12Mbps. celebrities birthdays today
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