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NBN to arrive in Petrie and Ipswich in Queensland 

NBN to arrive in Petrie and Ipswich in Queensland

A total of 4000 homes and businesses in parts of Petrie and Ipswich can now connect to the NBN.
NBN gets a little closer for around 200,000 premises 

NBN gets a little closer for around 200,000 premises

See a list of the latest locations getting attention from those building the NBN.
NBN update: list of locations added to the rollout 

NBN update: list of locations added to the rollout

Here is the next group of areas in line for the NBN rollout.
Wondering where the NBN will arrive next? 

Wondering where the NBN will arrive next?

The map showing where the NBN will arrive next has changed. Click here to find out more.
NBN rollout heading to four more Queensland areas 

NBN rollout heading to four more Queensland areas

Approximately 6,800 homes and businesses in the Greater Brisbane, Darling Downs, Mackay and South Burnett regions will be covered by this stage of the rollout.
NBN fibre coming to more of Taree and Cundletown 

NBN fibre coming to more of Taree and Cundletown

NBN Co has announced that construction of a fixed-line network will start in additional parts of Taree and Cundletown in New South Wales.
Telstra switch-off starts tomorrow 

Telstra switch-off starts tomorrow

Click to see the areas where Telstra will start switching off services in certain areas served by the NBN.
NBN announces "Medium Business Services" 

NBN announces "Medium Business Services"

This may be of interest if you're looking to take advantage of the NBN and your business relies on fast broadband.
Countdown running for Aspley (Brisbane) copper and cable switch-off 

Countdown running for Aspley (Brisbane) copper and cable switch-off

Another update on the NBN rollout, this time for people living and working in the Brisbane suburb of Aspley.
Time running out for Gungahlin NBN switch-over 

Time running out for Gungahlin NBN switch-over

Some residents and business owners have just over two months to move most conventional phone, ADSL and Telstra cable internet services to the NBN.
Inner Melbourne NBN pilot moves along 

Inner Melbourne NBN pilot moves along

If you live or work in the inner suburbs of Melbourne, here is some news about efforts to bring the NBN to apartments, offices and retail premises in the area.
Broadband and business: if you build it will they come? 

Broadband and business: if you build it will they come?

As the debate about the type of broadband infrastructure Australia is investing in rolls on, the really big question concerns the extent to which Australians will benefit from this investment. This is not about the type of network, but rather, the way we will use broadband.
Recap: what's been happening with the NBN? 

Recap: what's been happening with the NBN?

Much of the recent coverage of the NBN has been concerned with politicking and personnel, but what's been happening with the rollout?
What happens with the NBN now? 

What happens with the NBN now?

How the new Government’s NBN will be different to the existing NBN, to speeds and what happens next, here are seven things to know about the NBN now.
300,000 more premises to get NBN fibre 

300,000 more premises to get NBN fibre

NBN Co will complete the rollout of fibre to 300,000 premises where building works are contracted.
Labor promises to "unleash" potential of NBN 

Labor promises to "unleash" potential of NBN

Labor will fund development of innovative NBN apps that will deliver practical benefits to small business. The question we ask, is what could those be?
NBN switched-on in parts of western Sydney 

NBN switched-on in parts of western Sydney

Live or work in Richmond or Windsor in western Sydney? The NBN has been switched on in your area.
See the latest NBN rollout area in regional Queensland 

See the latest NBN rollout area in regional Queensland

The NBN fibre has been rolled out to 7,000 more buildings in regional Queensland. Click to see where.
NBN launches faster fixed wireless 

NBN launches faster fixed wireless

Speeds of 25Mbps for downloads and 5Mbps for uploads are now available if you are using the fixed wireless NBN service.
Restaurants can benefit from the NBN? 

Restaurants can benefit from the NBN?

You'd think cooking and restaurants would be one of the last industries with anything to gain from the NBN.
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