Benefits of NBN
Connect to a better future
Step into the future with the NBN network. This extensive upgrade of Australia’s existing landline, phone and internet network will change the way we live, work and play for decades to come.
The NBN network is essential for Australia’s digital evolution and isdesigned to provide access to a minimum level of broadband services across the nation. It presents opportunity in education, business,entertainment, health care and sociability giving everyone the potential to be more productive, more creative, more efficient and more connected for decades to come.
- Work, life balance – working from home becomes a real option
- Connecting with those that matter – enjoy smoother video conferencing
- Better for busy households – everyone at home can be online at the same time
- Entertainment for everyone – choice on every connected device in your home
- A brighter future – improving the education landscape for Australia
- Healthier options – e-health and telehealth can thrive with fast broadband.
The NBN network presents opportunity in education, business,entertainment, health care and sociability giving everyone the potential to be more productive, more creative, more efficient and more connected for decades to come.
The process of getting connected to the NBN network is dependent on your location, so the first thing you’ll need to do is check your address and see if NBN is available at your place.
The NBN network will involve new technologies and some existing devices may not be compatible.Talking to your equipment provider can help you to understand the compatibility of your existing devices with the NBN network.
Find useful information about your NBN supplied equipment, including helpful tips to get you started, ways to keep your equipment in good working order and troubleshooting.
Check your address
to find out if the NBN is available in your location
Network rollout information is updated weekly. Rollout areas and boundaries are subject to change as construction planning is finalised.
Services provided over the nbnTM network will be replacing phone and internet services provided over most of the existing landline networks, including copper and the majority of HFC networks within the fixed line footprint.
Services provided over existing fibre networks (including in-building, health and education networks) and some special and business services may not be affected.