Re: Feed the nbn my icon.
> Consider this if speed tiers were removed on FTTN, the average speed would be higher than CURRENT SPEED TEIR AVERAGE OF FTTP.
The current speed tiers have barely changed in 4 years and RSPs are not offering plans faster than 100Mbps. Labor expected that those on the lower speed tiers wouldn't migrate up and with the current market demand for unlimited plans RSPs have no incentive to offer faster plans.
> Wow the is copper fan boi again I didn't know labor was doing FOD wow
The digital divide was created by Labor's speed tiers and was expected by Labor as documented in the NBNCo Corporate Plan.