Briefly Oh God. This NBN coverage checker is so accurate it hurts my soul.
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NBN Co has updated its rollout map with more information around the nationwide construction process for the National Broadband Network. The new maps include a 'build preparation' category, denoting areas where contractors are readying pits and pipes in suburbs for the imminent rolling of fibre optic network cable. Don't put too much faith in the maps, though — even apparently completed areas don't guarantee your house is connected to the NBN.
The Senate Select Committee on the National Broadband Network, featuring ex-Communications Minister Senator Stephen Conroy, is out for blood. The committee has just released an interim report on the current Liberal government's management of the NBN rollout process, as well as its administration of NBNCo — and what it has to say is not pretty.
Remember that fantastic website that compared the speed of the Coalition's broadband plan along with the speed of the National Broadband Network? It was built with the best of intentions, but the maths behind the comparisons were a little skewed. Thankfully, someone has created a nifty button to fix the site and make the comparisons more realistic.
The Liberal/National Coalition has finally announced its official National Broadband Network (NBN) policy, confirming its preference for fibre to the premises and claiming it can deliver this faster than the current Labor plan, without actually making good on earlier threats to dismantle NBN Co entirely. What are the key elements of the Coalition plan, and what aspects remain undiscussed and vague? This is Lifehacker's comprehensive guide.