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nbn Broadband Network Rollout

Australia's Broadband Network

Australia’s new broadband network is rolling out across the Wattle Range Council area.
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The nbn™ network is Australia’s new landline phone and internet network, designed to provide you with access to fast and reliable phone and internet services no matter where you live. The nbn™ network can open up many opportunities for homes and businesses:

  • Experience fast downloads, with multiple people and devices operating in the home or business at the same time

  • Smooth video conferencing takes the frustration out of face to face contact with loved ones or work colleagues

  • Kids can unlock their full potential by having fast access to online educational tools

  • Access to a fast connection can help businesses and employees enhance productivity

Check your address now via the link to find out when the nbn™ is coming to you, or to register with nbn and receive updates at www.nbnco.com.au

nbn Local Update

Get excited: Homes and businesses in Beachport, Penola and Millicent can now switch to the nbn™ network

Residents and business owners in parts of Beachport, Penola and Millicent are set to enter a new era of fast broadband with the official switch on of the nbn™ network in the area. 

The nbn™ network is so much more than fast internet. A state of the art communications network opens up a world of possibilities across education, business and entertainment. It also gives Australians the opportunity to be more productive, more creative, more efficient and more connected for decades to come.

  • Over 1.4 million households are already enjoying:

    • A brighter future: With new opportunities to learn, both in and out of the classroom, the nbn™ network will help you and future generations flourish in a digital world.

    • Entertainment without the wait:  Enjoy quick access to the content you need, when you need it – whether you’re video streaming, online gaming or watching live news and sport.†

    • Loved ones within reach: With great quality video calls (minus the constant dropouts), you’ll never feel too far away.†

    • A plan and speed that suits: You can connect to the nbn™ network through a range of providers who offer a variety of plans and speed options to meet your needs. When selecting your plan, keep in mind that 25Mbps or above is considered a superfast broadband speed.^

For a detailed view on what's happening in Beachport, Penola and Millicent you can explore the network rollout map at http://www.nbnco.com.au/learn-about-the-nbn/rollout-map.html

Live fixed wireless is available at Nangwarry, Penola (surrounds) and Southend and the Sky Muster™ satellite is now live across Wattle Range Council.

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Steps to Connect

  1. Check your address: Find out if the nbn™ network is available at your address, visit nbn.com.au

  2. Register for updates: If the nbn™ network is not yet available, register for email updates.

  3. nbn will let you know: Once you’ve registered for updates with nbn, they’ll email you when your home or business is ready to connect. Once you have confirmation that you can switch to the nbn™ network, you will have 18 months to move your services to the nbn™ network before the existing network is switched off.

  4. Choose the right plan: You can connect to the nbn™ network through a range of providers offering a choice of nbn™ plans. When selecting your plan, keep in mind that 25Mbps or above is considered a superfast broadband speed^.

  5. Contact your service provider: Switching is not automatic, so contact a phone or internet service provider.

  6. Switch before disconnection: It’s a good idea to switch to the nbn™ network well before your disconnection date to allow time for your order to be processed, and for installation, if applicable. (Standard installation time is approximately 3.5 hours.)

^ Superfast means wholesale download speed above 25 Mbps as defined by the ACCC.

† Your experience, including the speeds actually achieved over the nbn™ network, depends on the technology over which services are delivered to your premises and some factors outside our control (like your equipment quality, software, broadband plans and how your service provider designs its network).


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