Bill Morrow tells senators he is considering ‘throttling back’ customers who use network the most during peak hours

The head of the NBN has blamed gamers for a significant increase in data consumption on its fixed wireless network and said the company was considering throttling back data consumption of “extreme users” during peak periods.

Bill Morrow, the chief executive of the National Broadband Network, appeared before a Senate committee on Monday to answer questions about the rollout of the NBN in rural and regional areas.

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