Posted November 14, 2018 06:10:20 The NBN rollout has been a disaster, but it is under review, the Federal Government has announced.

The review, to be carried out by the Federal Communications Commission, will be completed by the end of December and then published.

The government has already said it will release a detailed report to Parliament before the end on December 11.

The NBN Co will not be involved in the review.

NBN Co chief executive Greg Hywood said the company was not “committed” to the review because it had made the right decisions in the past.

“It is important that we focus on delivering the best possible service for Australians, and we’ve been doing that for the past two years,” Mr Hywood told reporters on Thursday.

The Federal Government announced it would begin reviewing the rollout of the NBN to make sure it delivers the “best value” for money and for Australians. “

We know there are issues with the NBN, but we’re confident that we have a very strong and reliable network.”

The Federal Government announced it would begin reviewing the rollout of the NBN to make sure it delivers the “best value” for money and for Australians.

“NBN Co’s business model has been proven time and time again to deliver on the promises made to Australians by the Coalition,” Mr Turnbull said.

“From the outset, NBN Co has delivered on the NBN for all Australians.”

The review will focus on how we improve the NBN network for the long term and improve affordability.

“It will consider whether there is any need for changes to NBN Co’s network management model or to the customer-facing services offered by NBN Co.””

This review will consider the impact of changes to the NBN rollout, including changes to peak time and fixed-line service,” Mr Conroy said.

“It will consider whether there is any need for changes to NBN Co’s network management model or to the customer-facing services offered by NBN Co.”

It is the Government’s intention to have this review completed by December 11.

NBNCo is the biggest network operator in Australia, and it owns about 20 per cent of the network. “

That said, we are continuing to look at the NBN and its network for any potential changes to our network, and will make those determinations in the months ahead,” he said.

NBNCo is the biggest network operator in Australia, and it owns about 20 per cent of the network.

The Government has allocated $1.4 billion to the network, which will run from next year through 2022.

The cost of running the network has also been projected to be between $30 billion and $40 billion.

The company has said it would “continue to look into” any potential network upgrades.

The Federal Parliament’s telecommunications committee will hold a public inquiry into the rollout next week.

“There will be a public hearing on NBN Co tomorrow and we are looking forward to providing a thorough, frank and independent report to the House of Representatives,” Mr Delaney said.

The inquiry will be chaired by Senator Delaney, who represents the seat of Adelaide.