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National Broadband Network receives three-month delay

On top of all the political warfare going on right now, the NBN announces three-month delay

| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Mar 21, 2013 5:42 am

The National Broadband Network will not be rolling out as quickly as previously thought, with the NBN Co announcing a three-month delay in their roll-out targets.

 

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The company in charge of rolling out the NBN has now officially begun scaling back their forecast construction timetable, taking the three-month delay into consideration. They had aimed to reach 341,000 premises by June 30, but we're now looking at the end of September. This means that the NBN Co is only going to get the NBN into around 200,000 or so homes and businesses by June 30.

 

I'm sure this is going to be the start of more delays, unless the NBN Co and their various partners really nail it from here on out. Give me the NBN already, damn it.

NEWS SOURCES:Gizmodo.com.au

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