So those who follow me on twitter wont be surprised to discover that since last night I’ve been chasing NBNCo rollout statistics for the ACT. It turns out they now do weekly rollout reports (good), but make it hard to find historical ones (bad). So, I made an index of the reports, which you can see at http://www.stillhq.com/nbnco/.
I also did some historical analysis for the ACT, and its not good. In fact, it seems we’ve rolled out -24 premises in the last two months. That’s right, we’re going backwards:
Oh course, NBNCo doesn’t respond on twitter to a request for an explanation, but that’s what I’ve come to expect.
I’ve got nothing:
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