Stuff.co.nz have posted an opinion piece stating that despite the election win of the Australian Labour Party, which in turn is a vote to move forward with the Australian National Broadband Network (NBN), UFB still seems like a shakey proposition for New Zealand.
While admitting it's important New Zealand keep pace with Australia, in the current economic times few governments are in a position to invest in building a fast broadband network while at the same time they pare back other state services. This includes Britain, Europe, and the US where voter support is lacking.
An interesting perspective, click the link below to read more.
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