We'll pay dearly for this NBN folly
Henry comments on the NBN deal in his op-ed for The Australian this week (28 June 2010):
EIGHTEEN months ago, Telstra proposed risking $10 billion of its shareholders' money building a high-speed broadband network. After that bid fell over, the 264, dizzy with its success in the polls, decided to build a fibre network of its own. Why? Because, Kevin Rudd said at the time, the alternative would have been to pay Telstra "billions of dollars in compensation".
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