The NBN satellite sinkhole

The pressure on NBN Co’s interim satellite service has evidently reached critical mass and fixing it is going to cost money one way or another.

The pressure on NBN Co’s interim satellite service has evidently reached critical mass with talk that SingTel-Optus may soon become the beneficiary of some more money, courtesy of NBN Co.

According to The Australian Financial Review, NBN Co and Optus are set to sign a $35 million deal that should help NBN Co appease the 48,000 or so regional and rural customers who aren’t happy with their service.

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