Now that we've had a few days to digest the Rudd Government's proposed FTTH NBN, commenters are coming out of the woodwork to argue against the plan. What they are most concerned about is the lack of detail given by the Government on how it reached its figures, and at how the entire network will work financially. And although there's a lot of speculation and doubt over precise figures, early numbers being thrown around by the opposition have the monthly cost to the consumer sitting at around $150 a month.While most of us geeks wouldn't be too against paying that amount for the speed (depending on data caps, of course), most families running a standard $40 a month ADSL plan would choke at the prospect of paying more than three times as much money for broadband than they are now.
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