A lemon, experts declare on Australia’s opposition broadband plan

The Coalition has pledged to deliver cheaper and faster broadband sooner than Labor, saving nearly $10 billion from current government projections but leaving telco experts divided over which major political party’s national broadband policy is the best for Australia’s short and long-term future.The Coalition policy promises to use a combination of fibre optics and existing copper cabling to deliver a minimum of 25 megabits per second download speeds to suburban homes. It will roll out fibre to high-demand businesses and greenfield estates.

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