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The National Broadband Network (NBN) is an Australian national wholesale open-access data network. It includes wired and radio communication components rolled out and operated by NBN Co (known as nbn), a publicly-owned corporation. Internet service providers, known under NBN as "retail service providers" or RSPs, contract with NBN to access the data network and sell fixed Internet access to end users.
Rationales for this national telecommunications infrastructure project included replacing the existing copper cable telephony network that is approaching end of life, and the rapidly growing demand for Internet access.
NBN services in adelaide
The nbn services in adelaide will be built using a variety of broadband network technologies. These include:
* running fibre all the way to the consumer’s premises (‘fibre to the premises’) * running fibre to a nearby box or apartment block or curb and then using the existing copper telephone wire (‘fibre to the node’, ‘fibre to the basement’ and ‘fibre to the curb’) * using existing cable networks that can deliver pay TV services (‘HFC cable’) * using wireless technology to connect to a specific location, as opposed to mobile wireless (‘fixed wireless’) * using satellite services.Book an Appointment
NBN services in adelaide will choose the technology for each area based on factors such as existing infrastructure, population density and distance to the local telephone exchange. Some technologies will require more extensive work at your property for installation than others.
Availability of NBN services
The NBN will be progressively built over the next few years. Tech Pundit is responsible for building the NBN. nbn services in adelaide does not provide services directly to the public, but acts as a wholesaler to other service providers. NBN Co will contact you when your area is ready for service.
NBN services in adelaide will let you know your region’s ‘ready for service’ date by direct mail. Once NBN has announced your area is ready for service, you will generally have 18 months to move your landline phone and internet services to the new NBN network. Some service providers might have shorter timeframes.