The Federal Government announces to wait for an official's approval to spend $16 million on another advertising campaign, in a bid to promote its $43 billion National Broadband Network (NBN).
The Government has to seek for an independent permission to run the ad campaign.
In Hobart today to mark the opening of NBN's first network operations centre, Communications Minister Stephen Conroy posts that it is not political advertising. "Not everybody is as tech savvy as you and me," he quoted.
As per current updates, three internet service providers have contracted to offer services to Tasmanians under the NBN.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) with its operations centre in Tasmania is ready to go online in the towns of Smithton, Midway Point and Scottsdale in July.
One of the internet providers claimed that Tasmanians will be able to use the broadband service which is three times faster than they currently enjoy.
Gary Chappell from iiNet uncovers that there Tasmania possess a market as the providers will be able to facilitate cheaper bundled options.
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