If ya like your internet fast and ya content streaming, you’ve probably been a little frustrated by the National Broadband Network (NBN). The project has been a little bit of a political football between Labor, who initiated it, and the Coalition, who took it, wound back the original plans to take fibre optic cable right to the home and instead proposed a lesser program of fibre-to-the-node (FttN).
“Since those newspaper reports appeared two, three, four weeks ago, the progress in terms of copper has been fabulously fast. So I stand very confident that we are going to hit the milestones that we have had approved,”
So while these blokes debate the finer points, we’re just here trying to stream ultra HD footage of skateboarding fails without waiting for it to buffer. How much longer can we be denied?