NBN bleeds as revenue targets prove elusive

Original article by James Fernyhough
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 15 : 7-May-19

NBN Co has advised that it recorded revenue of $2 billion for the nine months to 31 March, although it posted a net loss of $3.4 billion for the period. As of March, 8.8 million Australian households were ready to connect to the NBN, with fibre-to-the-node the most common form of connection technology. NBN has set an average revenue per user target of $51 per month by 2022, but its ARPU is currently only $45 per month, up from $44 a year ago. NBN Co may need to seek a bailout from the federal government if it does not meet this target.


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