The largest ever infrastructure project in Australian history, the NBN has been tasked with putting together a world-class network with which Australians can connect to super-fast, reliable Internet regardless of their specific locations.

This is a huge milestone in the progress of the Internet throughout Australia, as the NBN will eclipse all previous efforts to provide access to affordable, high-speed Internet in the country. Rolling out over the next few years, the NBN is going to improve the way we use the Internet and telephone services and even the way we get our entertainment.

At speeds of up to 100MBps via fiber and 25MBps via fixed wireless, the NBN is revolutionary for this industry, and in time it will be connected to every home, every school, and every place of business in Australia. Find out when and how you can experience the future of telecommunications with NBN.

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With NBN services, the future has arrived. NBN is replacing the old copper network with ultra-high speeds, up to 100GBps, with the aim of meeting all of the most stringent requirements that the modern world is imposing on businesses and people.

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NBN Phone will replace the basic phone services that had previously been delivered over the tradional copper network, saving you money and improving the quality of your access.

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We have some of the most compeve NBN bundle packages out there, all of which will save you money and keep you organized, withthe convenience of a single, consolidated bill.

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Find out how easy it is for you to connect to the NBN network. We have everything you need to know about how to get started, compatible devices, NBN equipment and much more.

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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.