Scott Morrison is all about himself, and doesn’t really care about you.
That’s why when things go wrong – whether it's the bushfires or COVID – he doesn’t take responsibility. But when things go right, he’s the first to take credit (even if he had very little to do with it).
In 2013, the Liberals promised that every household and business in Australia would have access to broadband download speeds between 25 and 100 megabits per second by late 2016.
Have they kept that promise? No, of course not.
That’s because Scott Morrison and the Liberals are not interested in what you want or need. The Liberals are not on your side. They’re only in it for themselves.
What you need to know
Thousands of Australians still can't access NBN speeds promised by the Liberals
In 2013, the Liberals promised "a minimum download data rate of 25 megabits per second by the end of 2016 in all area[s] of Australia". Have they kept that promise? No, of course not.
Copper: a waste of time and money
An independent telecommunications analyst said the decision to roll out copper for FTTC NBN rather than fibre was "a waste of money and a waste of time".
NBN costs go up
While the cost of the NBN has increased to $57 billion, internet services have also become more costly for some Australians.
For the poorest Australians, internet services now eat up four per cent of their income, according to an Australian Digital Inclusion Index 2020 report.
Find a fault?
Over the past eight years of secrecy and document shredding, the Liberals have made it harder than ever to hold the Government to account on websites like this. If you think we’ve got something wrong or have missed something, please let us know.
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