The first thing you’ll want to know about the NBN | The Australian Financial Report title What you need to know to understand the NBN

The Government’s NBN rollout will take about five years to complete, and it will be a huge undertaking.

We’re talking about a system that’s likely to be the biggest in history, and there’s just not enough information to go on.

And yet, people are doing everything they can to learn about it.

The NBN is the Government’s most ambitious infrastructure project ever undertaken, and in a sense, it is almost as ambitious as the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

It’s a project that’s still in the early stages, but the Government is working hard to make it happen.

And the media has also taken notice of it.

It began with the story of the architect who designed the bridge and the architect’s wife, who also worked on the project.

In May 2017, ABC’s 7.30 ran a story about architect and former architect George Packer.

It showed him and his wife walking down the steps of the NBN project site, holding up two pieces of paper: a plan and a draft document.

They explained how the whole project was going to work.

“It’s just going to be a very detailed and very long document,” Packer said.

Packer’s wife and architect, George Packers Architectural Designs, also showed the draft document and explained the whole process.

But it was too early in the project for the public to get a chance to read it.

Packers plan was published in the Federal Register in May 2017.

A few weeks later, the Government announced that it was now building the NBN.

The draft plan was released on August 4, 2017, and the Government had the plan on August 21.

That document showed the Government would be building the whole thing in just five years.

It also outlined the cost of the project and how it would be funded.

There were no plans for public funding, and no timelines for how much it would cost.

“There’s a lot of talk about the Government not having a budget to spend on the NBN,” says Tom Gower, chief executive of the Australian Communications and Media Authority.

“But what we’ve seen is the NBN has not had a budget and it has not been built on a budget.”

Packer says the NBN had no plans to build on a time schedule, and that it didn’t expect public funding.

“You know, there’s a time limit and a budget,” he says.

“And if you’ve got a plan that has been prepared by the architect and you’ve put the architect through that process, that means it’s a cost effective project.

And you can do it at a very high level of efficiency, which is a major factor in a project like this.”

But that’s not the only thing that’s changed since Packer and his team’s vision of a network that was entirely self-contained was announced in 2015.

The first time the NBN was announced, it was expected to cost $100 billion.

But the Government now expects the cost to be around $300 billion, and Packer has no doubt the Government has underestimated the cost.

Packes plan for a network using fibre to the node (FTTN) technology was one of the first projects that the Government commissioned.

The Government had no idea the cost would rise as fast as it did.

“I was pretty sure that by the time we were done with it, it would actually be over $100-200 billion,” Packers architect says.

Packel says the Government was “completely clueless” about the cost that would come into the project, and how much of it was going towards paying for the NBN and what was going into the network.

“In the planning process for the first three years, there was no discussion about how much the cost was going, how much was going through the NBN, or how much went to the NBN infrastructure,” Packes architect says, pointing out that the first two years were spent working on the design of a copper network.

The design of the network that Packer had designed, he says, was “just completely different from anything else I’d ever done”.

It was also the first network to be built using fibre optic technology, which would be used to connect the fibre network to the homes and businesses.

It was only after Packers team had finished its work on the network and had the infrastructure in place that it began discussing the design.

“At that point in time, the network had no fibre to it, so the plan for how we were going to do the fibre to each home and business and what would happen when the fibre was up was completely different to anything I’d done,” Packs architect says of the design process for his network.

But that was before the NBN came to light.

In 2017, the Federal Government launched a tender process to provide NBN Co with funding for the project after the Federal Court ordered the Government to provide the money.

NBN Co’s Chief Technology Officer, Andrew Pridham, said the company was