It’s an own goal.
Yesterday, Clare Curran posted a blog spouting crap about the Chorus copper price issue.
She claims that every man and his dog knew the price Chorus could charge for use of its copper network would be slashed substantially by the Commerce Commission.
But as the NBR points out (paywall), Curran is now trying to reinvent history. Despite her now claiming she always knew the copper price would drop, back in 2011 she actually said the copper price would increase.
“The people of New Zealand who are receiving broadband services will find their existing copper services go up in price while they are waiting for fibre.”
But it gets better. Read more »