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Mar 23, 2016

NBN won’t be caught with pants down if Labor switches back to fibre

If Labor pulls off the impossible and wins the 2016 election, NBN says it's ready to switch back to fibre to the premises.

Josh Taylor — Journalist

Josh Taylor

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8 thoughts on “NBN won’t be caught with pants down if Labor switches back to fibre

  1. paddy

    Morrow, desperate to keep his job, promises he’ll swing with the breeze no matter who wins.

  2. graybul

    “Operation Clusterf . . k” Says it all really, doesn’t it! Looking forward to post election press release providing date for commencement of new rebuild of world class Very High Speed Fibre to Premise!

  3. shea mcduff

    “If Labor pulls off the impossible….”

    Impossible?
    That’s a big call.
    In the last month or so the COALition lead has dropped by about 3% down to where the 2PP is pretty much even with the trend strongly favouring the ALP.
    Meanwhile Turnbull’s approval rating has plummeted to where his disapproval rating is higher than his approval rating.

    Is that opening line just lazy journalism echoing the Canberra press gallery line?
    An example of “continuity with change”?

  4. Phillip J.

    Hopefully, if Labor win, Bill and Ziggy and FttN (and Multi-Mix) will all disappear back into the past where they came from.

  5. Geoff1

    “If Labor pulls off the impossible and wins the 2016 election,….”

    Sad that JOSH TAYLOR feels it valid to make a judgement call on the outcome of the next federal election.

    Really? What about starting your article with …. ‘If Labor wins the 2016 election, ….’

    Or would that be too impartial ?????

    Derp

  6. Norman Hanscombe

    Clearly, Joshua, no matter how many times those the Commissariat support were caught “with their pants down”, it would be ‘misunderstood’ by those in control at Crikey’s capitalist headquarters and zich would be exposed in these threads.

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