Mitch Fifield concedes there are issues to work through in early rollout period of any NBN technology, but they are ‘very fixable’

The government and Telstra have defended NBN Co’s suspension of its rollout of the HFC network. About 250,000 households that were to receive the NBN over the next six months will now have to wait after the company halted the rollout of services through pay TV cables.

On Monday the company said it was suspending the rollout of the hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) network, to “improve customer service”, conceding that “too many were not having the experience they deserve when connected”.

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