Friday, March 13th, 2020 by Gina Thompson
Are you looking to learn more about the National Broadband Network? Whether you’re still waiting to get on the NBN™ or you’re already connected and you need to check on your service, there’s lots of tools to help you find out more about your NBN™ status.
Fortunately, we’re here to help! Let’s take a look at some handy online tools that will tell you:
– Your NBN™ availability and when the NBN™ rollout is coming to you;
– Which NBN™ plans are available at your address;
– How to run an NBN™ speed test; and
– How to do an NBN™ check for outages and planned maintenance in your area.
Monday, May 27th, 2019 by Gina Thompson
Choosing an NBN™ plan can be confusing for many Australians. After being predominantly connected to ADSL broadband technologies for the better part of two decades, the National Broadband Network introduces a range of new options which may not be familiar to the average user, such as the NBN™ plan tiers: NBN12 (Basic), NBN25 (Standard), NBN50 (Standard Plus) and NBN100 (Premium). To make matters worse, many of the bigger ISPs are no longer selling the cheaper NBN12 plans, which can make switching to the NBN™ seem like a much bigger jump in monthly expenses than it needs to be.
Fortunately, Internode is Australia’s #1 ISP with a wide range of NBN™ plans, including NBN12 options. That means you can enjoy the value of an NBN12 plan without forgoing the confidence and peace of mind that comes with a larger, more experienced ISP. Together with our award-winning customer service, we make getting on the NBN™ easy for everyone, whether you’re a first-timer or just looking for a better experience with your NBN™ provider.
Read on to find out more about Internode’s entry level NBN™ Fibre plans (FTTB/N/C/P & HFC).
Friday, January 18th, 2019 by Gina Thompson
The NBN™ rollout is showing no signs of slowing down in 2019! This year alone, NBN Co estimates they’ll connect more than 2.5 MILLION premises across a range of six different NBN™ technologies. Of this number, more than half are planned to be connected via NBN™ HFC, one of the newer technologies added to the mix. this technology runs over hybrid fibre coaxial cable, similar to that used for cable TV services. Over the course of 2017-2018, NBN Co carried out major improvements to the NBN™ HFC connection process and now the new-and-improved NBN™ HFC is in full swing!