Thanks to Turnbull (well, Abbott really), I have NBN far quicker than I would otherwise, and at lower cost to either me or the taxpayer or both, take your pick. Very few people actually want faster than FTTN can provide (set at 100mbits, although the existing tech can manage higher already).
Why do you insist on forcing a product onto others that they don't want? I don't want to pay for more than I'm getting, what I'd really like is a much higher download limit from a higher quality network. Oh and you know what would be really great? More bandwidth to the USA and other parts of the world. And, having a "mere" 50mbit connection now, I can tell you that verty few parts of the web are generous enough to give you that kind of bandwidth on the servers they're paying for. The last mile really is a small part of the whole picture. Added to that, VDSL technology keeps improving.
Why the fuck do you want me to wait another 5 years for some vaporware ferrari-class technology that doesn't actually solve anything?
Why the fuck do you believe that Kevin "Earwax" Rudd had any idea how he was going to deliver on his pure fibre NBN? You know he came up with the idea on the spot, in front of the cameras? How far did his government get in implementing it? Why do you imagine that you would've actually gotten your fibre connection in the next 5 years?
It's one thing to come up with an idea of what to spend taxpayer's money on. It's another thing entirely to manage an actual physical implementation of something as huge as the NBN. Labor didn't do jack shit, the Libs actually delivered NBN to me and five of my family members already, which is astounding given the size and population density of our country.
I wish they offered FTTP for everyone if they were willing to pay for it, so morons like you could pay for your 1gbps connection and enjoy your 100gb limit piss away in the first few hours of every month while you pay an extra $200/mo for the priviledge. Or maybe you're really prepared to pay hundreds a month for your internet to be over 100mbit's, in which case, that's nice for you but don't demand that the rest of the country pay for something that YOU want.