Only 16 hours after NBNCo let the cat out of the bag, Mitch Fifield has made a humiliating retreat from plans to charge regional consumers on the fixed-wireless network $20 more to access broadband than consumers in the city.
At 6.15pm Wednesday night, the NBN CFO revealed plans to charge regional consumers $20 more per month for a 50 Mbps plan than what a customer in the city customer would pay. The comments are available here.

By 9.00am Thursday morning, an NBN spokesman doubled down on the position during an ABC Hobart radio interview: