THE newly appointed chairman of TERRiA consortium, Michael Egan, believes Telstra has "Buckley's chance" of winning the national broadband network tender — but hopes the formal G9 consortium does not win it either.

"None of the companies associated with Terria are all that fussed about owning and operating a monopoly network," Mr Egan said. "Their core business is in competitive markets — not running regulated monopolies. The reason they're putting together a bid is that they've got no guarantee that if they don't (that) someone else will come up with a satisfactory structure."

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