NBN's wireless engagement

NBN Co keeps the connection promises coming, the network's detractors appear to be running out of ammunition and Conroy has his eyes on the satellite prize with a visit to the US.

With jittery global markets and a topsy-turvy local economy keeping punters busy the NBN debate is seemingly stuck in a rut. However, there is plenty going on as far as the NBN Co is concerned, both in terms of getting more houses connected to the network and extolling its virtues far and wide. Meanwhile, NBN detractors continue to snipe from the sidelines but the latest report from The Australian would suggest that they might be running out of ammunition.

The wireless promise and challenges


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