UFB2 looks good but does it all add up?
Posted 26th Jan 2017
Filed under: Communications & IT
Taxpayers should be asking where is the money coming from for the second phase of the Governments ultrafast broadband scheme announced today, says Labour ICT spokesperson Clare Curran.

In 2014 the Government promised $210 million for the second phase of UFB, to be paid for from the Future Investment Fund which is already oversubscribed. Almost three years later they have increased the cost by another $100m which they say is tacked onto the original UFB allocation.
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