Submission to the NBN Co Senate Enquiry

The Federal Government has released a report on the state of the National Broadband Network (NBN). In particular, the report discusses the possibility of budget blowouts, and a failure to meet the deadlines promised by the Coalition. The new proposal to bring the NBN under budget will use pre-existing cable TV networks to provide connections. This means slower speeds for people covered by the NBN, while many apartments will not even be connected to the NBN. Contribute to this response: The Future Party wants to respond to this. We want members to read the report’s executive summary (and the rest of the document if possible) so we can get firm ideas for a response to the proposed reduction in the quality of the NBN. Submissions close 31st of January 2014. We see technology as an important aspect of Australia’s success in the future, and we hope that you can help us to represent your thoughts and ideas about the NBN to the government. We would love to hear your critical appraisal on the Facebook page or at our monthly meeting in Sydney on the 15th Jan 2014. Please come along to talk about the next steps.

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  • Myles Cover
    commented 2014-08-02 16:50:31 +1000
    Lukasz Termer January 11, 2014 at 2:30 pm

    I’d love for the internet speed to be as fast as possible. This will allow me to work from home, hopefully. In a long run it will save me money and time on travel to and from work, give me more time to spend with my family, more time to exercise. All in all an improved quality of life.
  • Beau Salwin
    published this page in Blog 2014-04-21 21:05:42 +1000
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