the NBN

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What is the NBN?
Why is it better?
How long before I get it?
Where do I get more Information?

What is the NBN?

The National Broadband Network (NBN) is Australia’s first national, wholesale only, open access, communications network. The NBN  is being built to bring high speed broadband and telephone services within reach of all Australian premises. The NBN will utilise mixed technologies; fibre, copper, fixed wireless and satellite and is expected to improve the ways for you to connect with one another. Within the next decade the plan is for every home, school and workplace in the country to have access to the NBN.

NBN-whatSee NBN Co for details

Why is it better?

As new devices and applications continue to rapidly drive bandwidth demand and usage growth, NBN Co is developing the future proof solutions that will enable access to superfast broadband, regardless of where you live. Our network will also enable Australia to catch up with the rest of the world and prepare itself for future technological advances.

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How long before I get it?

NBN Co was established to design, build and operate the network which stretches across over 1500 communities and 3.5 million premises throughout Australia. The three year roll out plan will be completed by the end of June 2015.

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Where do I get more information?

NBN CoFor more comprehensive information contact NBN Co

If you are unhappy with any aspect of NBN service including getting connected, contact the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.

National Broadband Network  – Information

Please see information sheets below on what the NBN is and what devices are available.

NBN User Guide Fixed Wireless Connections(618 kb)

NBN Preparing for the NBN Fixed Wireless Connections(2274 kb)

NBN Preparing for the NBN Fibre Connections(2359 kb)

NBN Interim Satellite Service Fact Sheet(710 kb)

NBN Fixed Wireless Fact Sheet(663 kb)

NBN Co Product & Pricing Overview December 2011(3101 kb)

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