freitasm:uncmil: LLU never was going to be something all that good for the market - Telecom always was going to switch to cabinets and kill that POTS network and the exchanges. LLU is just a way for companies that don't want to or can't afford to invest in their own network (which, let's face it, would be better for the country) to piggyback off Telecom's pile of dung.
If anyone other than TelstraClear actually put some effort and money into building their own network, then I think it is legitimate for them to look down upon Telecom from their high horse. Until then, just stop it. At least Telecom is trying to move forward, albeit in a roundabout, kind of strange way.
I agree and what I said before I repeat: LLU is not good because instead of investing in new technologies companies will simply want the cheap path of using old technology - and then complain - when in fact they are doing no good for the country's infrastructure.
What. As opposed to non-LLU, where ISPs were free to install their equipment in the network.
If instead of using Telecom's stuff they had put the money into new networks then we would be better served - and there would be real competition in providing infrastructure that we so much need.
It looks like the MSM just wants to show the crying ISPs but do not really look at the problem - no surprise there...
Ding ding, we have found the ultimate answer to all the problems. Get the man a beer.
Oh by the way, don't complain about traffic problems. You should just build your own road network if you don't like it