Nt says telstra must improve services in a timely manner.
“People should be able to connect via an alternative provider within 30 days to prevent them from losing their current service,” the MP said.
“What we’re proposing, whether you like it or not, is our proposal.”
He said the government was working on how to stop “internet services becoming a cheap, convenient, easy and convenient alternative to pay TV”.
He said the government was working on legislation to stop internet users being able to move from one data contract to another within a matter of days or less.
Mr Tudge said the plan was needed in the interests of users.
“What we want to do is ensure that our customers are getting the best services they can get at the lowest cost and that they’re being as efficient as they can possibly be,” he said.
“This plan, I believe, will ensure that Australians get the best quality service they can have.”
Senator Bill Heffernan said the plans were in the interests of internet users.
“The more we can do together to reduce costs of services in a very streamlined way, and so we can get them onto our customers faster, the more likely we are to퍼스트카지노 see the growth in the NBN network and other infrastructure projects we like to work on getting underway,” he said.
Opposition communications spokesman Michael Kroger said the plans were another example of how the Coalition’s “obsessive quest” to cut costs was killing the NBN.
“The Turnbull Government has cut costs again, this time with little to no consideration of the lives of everyday Australians,”룰렛 Mr Kroger said.
The plans mean that only one data contract will be used on a customer’s local network, with all other contracts offered in one place — so a home owner who lost their old broadband will have one internet service and the ability to add it back to the NBN.
They also mean new businesses will face a $30 million cap on their broadband bills — the same as with the 24 시 출장Telstra deal.
The Opposition has used the NBN for its election-year advertising with promises that it will be faster and cheaper than its competitor.
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