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TELSTRA'S second-largest shareholder has positioned itself to lead an investor revolt against the federal government's national broadband network.
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The idea that Telstra might be able to strong-arm the Federal Government into writing a $33 billion cheque for its national fixed-line copper wire telephone network is literally fantastic.
Telco could still become a crucial enabler of the new broadband network.