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Opinion, Telecommunications - Monday, March 3, 2014 14:55 - 11 Comments
This article is by George Fong (pictured, right), the executive director of Victorian regional telecommunications consultancy Lateral Plains. It first appeared on Lateral Plains’ website and is replicated here with Fong’s permission.
The article was a commentary on a radio interview I did with Tom Elliott on 3AW the night before. I was called by Elliott’s producer a couple of hours beforehand and was asked if I knew anyone they could talk to who had been hooked up to NBN fibre. All of my senior tech team was but they all ducked for cover!
I was asked if I would go on and I said yes, as we had helped a number of clients set up their connections. I will concede that what really got my interest was a comment made by the producer about this $233 billion build figure for FTTP that had been thrown around in Mainstream Media (MSM).
I got to talk to Tom just after 5pm. I have done the occasional interview on 3AW in the past before and whilst I am always nervous about these things on commercial radio, we chatted, I put my views forward and it ended. I thought nothing more of it. Continue…