This site was written back in 2010, when the ALP was proposing to build the original NBN: A network providing Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) to 93% of Australians in urban and suburban areas, LTE Fixed-Wireless to 4% of rural premises and Satellite to the remaining 3% of remote premises.
Following a change of government in 2013, this plan was abandoned and replaced by a hodgepodge of inferior technologies in place of the FTTP sections. As was predicted by those in the industry, this has proven to be terrible decision and the NBN has become a disaster.
These are the original pages written back in 2010. Newer pages covering the disaster the NBN has become will be added to the main menu.
- Top 10 myths debunked
- How are we paying for it?
- Pricing myths
- Why not FTTN?
- Why not Wireless?
- 2013 Broadband policies compared