it's is so fundamentally flawed as to be inconceivable for an informed person, let alone the expert commentator he'd like to portray himself asFrom Malcolm Turnbull's "Comms Day" 2012 speech:
Another takeaway is that ‘inside the house’ costs for FTTP can mount and become a serious economic factor. These costs tend to fall over time, and vary from place to place, but in the UK ‘inside the house’ expenses have been estimated to be 20 per cent of total FTTP costs.
The Telstra fibre rollout in South Brisbane likewise indicates this expense is likely to be material – Telstra this week confirmed industry reports that it is using up to a day of technician labour at each residential premise, adding up to $1000 to the cost of the cutover.
It is not clear NBN Co has budgeted for this expense anywhere. If it has, it would be instructive for someone from NBN Co to explain where and how.
No Telco has ever been responsible for 'inside the home costs'.