Dialling up the pressure on Turnbull’s NBN

The ACCC’s NBN submission leaves the Vertigan Committee with the unenviable task of reconciling the appeal of competitive infrastructure with the government and NBN Co’s social and financial requirements.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s submission to the Vertigan Committee conducting the cost-benefit analysis of the national broadband network favours infrastructure-based competition over an NBN Co monopoly. The same issue that sunk Sol Trujillo’s original broadband vision, however, remains unresolved.

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