In its original form, the NBN was a sound plan grounded in logic. However, the execution is what we struggled with. Fixing the problem is no longer on the cards.
In order to fix our glacially slow broadband network, the government is pushing through a new tax. Aren’t we already paying for something that doesn’t work?
NBN Co has announced that they’re considering charging us more for video streaming. They’ve also kept negotiations confidential, which, as a taxpayer-funded network, they certainly cannot do.
To further compound our NBN issues, it turns out that half of us that live in our most populated areas are running obsolete connections.
Once the NBN is finished, what should be done with our white elephant should be discussed. In fact, New Zealand might have already answered for us.
Yesterday, gamers were blamed for the failings of the NBN. We’re an easy target. Maybe we should form our own lobby. Vote 1, The Lan Party?
Hooley dooley, what a week. The war between North and South Korea came to an end, but the NBN still sucks. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Good news! The entirety of the NBN disaster is not yet complete. In fact, we’ve still got a magnitude of pain to endure. Excuse me while my criticism buffers.
Wow. Hope you didn’t get an early night. If you did, you missed out on the AFP’s raid of Labor’s offices, Daniel Craig is no longer Bond, and we’re no closer to the truth about MS804.