Expert Comment On Making The Nbn Mandatory

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Expert comment on making the NBN mandatory –


Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has said he would use federal laws to

force people on to the national broadband network (NBN) if the states and

territories do not make connections mandatory.


Should NBN connections be made compulsory?


What will be the benefits for customers in connecting to the NBN?


What will be the future of the project if states and territories do not work with the

Federal Government on the NBN?


What will happen to people with standard telephones - will they lose access if they

do not select the NBN?


RMIT University’s Dr Mark Gregory is an expert on telecommunications and

network engineering.


He is a Senior Lecturer in Network Engineering at RMIT’s School of Electrical and

Computer Engineering. 


Dr Gregory is available for comment on the latest developments with the NBN.


For interviews: RMIT University’s Dr Mark Gregory, 0418 999 089 or (03) 9925

3243.


For general media enquiries: RMIT University Communications, Gosia

Kaszubska, (03) 9925 3176 or 0417 510 735.

21 October, 2010






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