Poll: Is the NBN 3.0 plan viable?

The Alliance for Affordable Broadband lays against the National Broadband Network, but are its ideas any better?

A group of seven key wireless and fibre players yesterday released an open letter presenting a case against the National Broadband Network (NBN), and a hypothetical alternative - an "NBN 3.0" - that proposes a market-led approach to providing speeds of up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps) to 98 per cent of Australia, and 12Mbps to the remainder.

In the name of intelligent discussion, we've posted an open reply to the letter, but we want to know what you think of the plan - is it viable on its own, could it be realistic with a few tweaks or is it a vocal minority crying out against the voice of reason?

Let us know below.

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