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dell inspiron 1520 downloadNBN Co has released a new summary of the cost of its $49.5 billion multibillion-dollar rollout, revealing its total cost to deliver Labor’s fibre to the premises to 83 per cent of Australian premises is $13.6 billion. At a press conference on Thursday, NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow took aim at claims from opposition leader Bill Shorten that the cost of a Labor government’s NBN is $25 billion. “The Opposition Leader is not familiar with the industry in which we are engaged, so he probably is not able to make a determination of whether or not the original economic model was sound,” Mr Morrow said, after first saying Mr Shorten’s claims were “nonsense”. He said the Fibre to the Node (FTTN) fibre-to-the-basement network Labor is planning is not what it had originally intended to build when it first began planning the rollout after the 2010 federal election.

“If you’re going to ask Australians in the future about any technical aspect of the [Labor] election manifesto, don’t ask me about the technical aspects, ask them about the technical aspects of the NBN policy,” Mr Morrow said. “They want the fact that the NBN was the largest project in the history of Australia to be put to bed.” Mr Shorten has been questioning the technology, affordability and reliability of the project for weeks. The Coalition is on track to repeat what it lost to the previous Coalition government by delivering a minority government on budget in May. The Coalition has already proposed a policy that almost rivals Labor’s in ambition to deliver a national broadband network. Mr Morrow said that while some elements of the Coalition’s policy looked different to Labor’s plan, the core objectives of both policies were the same.

“It’s no surprise that this government’s policy looks like it does, because this is a government that thinks that the ways to run the country should be the same way that it runs itself and it’s not running itself very well, as we all can see from the economic health of the country,” Mr Morrow said. “A portion of Labor’s policy is similar to the policy that the Coalition has announced today. That’s not surprising because it’s the same objectives. The key difference is the leadership that this government has provided the industry. “We are now in an environment in which

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