It won't be built without Telstra
Four firms vying for OpCo contract
Will impact just 20% of wholesale and 9% of retail business
The incumbent's "non-compliant" NBN bid offers to deploy network to some 90% of Australia's population, well short of
But the government stands by its decision
Alleged to have failed to fulfil the bidding guidelines, but Telstra insists it is compliant.
Each of the major players in the NBN saga have been attacked for their respective actions over the past few days.
Offers high-speed rollout that falls short of government target
The case mounts for HSPA as a DSL substitute in Australia
The company has also expressed doubt at the profitability of the proposed network - which seeks to bring fibre access
The government's NBN proposal now looks like a "cruel and cynical hoax", according to shadow communications minister
The deadline for bids on building Australia's National Broadband Network is looming, but major contender Terria is
The ACCC has been criticized for a draft regulatory decision which ISPs allege could render their existing DSLAMs