Some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are sceptical of the Federal Government's move to greatly increase the number of Point of Interconnects (POIs), despite in-depth negotiations.
ARN spoke with Communications Minister, Senator Stephen Conroy, about the newly released NBN Co business case. It asked about the $200 million cost increase as well as when and why copper networks will be shut down.
Communications Minister, Senator Stephen Conroy, has promised to release NBN Co’s business case by the end of the year, but the Opposition won’t get a full copy.
The Shadow Communications Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has claimed the National Broadband Network’s plan to limit the number of Points of Interconnect (PoI) will strand hundreds of millions of dollars of existing fibre links.
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