Devil in the detail for NBN

The Vertigan committee’s final report on the NBN proves that for telecoms regulation, the devil is in the detail. For all the answers it provides, it seems to raise more questions. Breaking up is hard to do The report makes three major recommendations. The first is that the NBN be split into competing network technologies. Since fibre is by far and away the supreme technology for densely populated areas, this would have the greatest impact in regional areas where free competition should help get the most out of the different technologies. The trouble is that in the more marginal areas...

The Vertigan committee’s final report on the NBN proves that for telecoms regulation, the devil is in the detail. For all the answers it provides, it seems to raise more questions.

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