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Deputy PM Albanese Switches On NBN In Brunswick

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 24: Anthony Albanese, Deputy Prime Minister of Australia watches as locals use computers on the NBN as he switches on the NBN fibre network to an addtional 2,600 homes and businesses in Brunswick at the Brunswick Digital Hub on July 24, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. The national broadband network is being rolled out accross Australia, and is to provide over 93% of Australian homes and business with access to a fibre optic network. As the 2013 Australian federal election approaches and infrastructure remains a major concern of voters, the Labor party continues to push the power of their fibre direct to the home plan with the Liberal party pushing what it claims is a more cost-effective plan using existing copper and new optical fibre. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)
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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 24: Anthony Albanese, Deputy Prime Minister of Australia watches as locals use computers on the NBN as he switches on the NBN fibre network to an addtional 2,600 homes and businesses in Brunswick at the Brunswick Digital Hub on July 24, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. The national broadband network is being rolled out accross Australia, and is to provide over 93% of Australian homes and business with access to a fibre optic network. As the 2013 Australian federal election approaches and infrastructure remains a major concern of voters, the Labor party continues to push the power of their fibre direct to the home plan with the Liberal party pushing what it claims is a more cost-effective plan using existing copper and new optical fibre. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)
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24 juillet 2013
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Anthony Albanese Deputy Prime Minister of Australia watches as locals... Photo d'actualité 174314833Affaires,Australie,Brunswick,Communauté,Commutateur,Culture d'entreprise,Fibre,Finance,Habitat,Horizontal,Internet,Melbourne - Australie,Politique,Regarder attentivement,Réseau,Technologie,Vice-Premier Ministre,Équipement informatiquePhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesMELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 24: Anthony Albanese, Deputy Prime Minister of Australia watches as locals use computers on the NBN as he switches on the NBN fibre network to an addtional 2,600 homes and businesses in Brunswick at the Brunswick Digital Hub on July 24, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. The national broadband network is being rolled out accross Australia, and is to provide over 93% of Australian homes and business with access to a fibre optic network. As the 2013 Australian federal election approaches and infrastructure remains a major concern of voters, the Labor party continues to push the power of their fibre direct to the home plan with the Liberal party pushing what it claims is a more cost-effective plan using existing copper and new optical fibre. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)