The Labor Government has released future plans for the nbn rollout, should the party be elected.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten announced that Labor will roll out fibre-to-the-premises to up to two million additional Australian homes and businesses.
Mr Shorten also announced Labor will cap the total funding for the NBN at $57 billion.
Mr Shorten said that the current Fibre-to-the-Node rollout under Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will be phased out and construction of Fibre-to-the-Premises will be scaled back up.
Labor also plans to commission Infrastructure Australia, with input from relevant experts, to manage the development of a plan that outlines how and when the parts of Australia should be transitioned to Fibre-to-the-Premises.
Mr Shorten said if Labor wins the election, it will complete the initial rollout of the NBN by 30 June 2022.