Australian Telcos Demand Cuts in ‘Unsustainable’ NBN Prices | Light Reading

Robert Clark

The finish line might be in sight, but Australia’s NBN is at the center of a controversy once again over the pricing, performance and viability of the A$50 billion ($34 billion) scheme.

Retail broadband players including Telstra have complained that its prices are too high, while a key government agency has warned that the state-owned company’s financial objectives may not allow it to meet its network performance targets.

Source: Australian Telcos Demand Cuts in ‘Unsustainable’ NBN Prices | Light Reading

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