Check your address and find out if the nbn™ network is available in your area. If it is, you may be required to contact your landlord or property manager before proceeding.
In the case where a landlord firmly objects we suggest contacting your local tenant advice service or union as the laws may differ between states and regions.
Being nbn™ ready means your property developer has applied to have your new premises connected to the nbn™ network. This means that as soon as you move in, you can connect to the nbn™ network through your preferred phone or internet service provider and enjoy superfast broadband speeds.
If your new home is currently being built, you should check if the property developer has applied for the nbn™ network.
For new developments, the permanent cabling required to complete the connection to the nbn™ network will need to be organised by the property owner and their registered cabler. Speak to a registered cabler or your preferred phone or internet service provider about the specific requirements for your home.
Depending on the location, nbn uses a mix of technologies to deliver the nbn™ network. The installation process differs by technology, so check your address to find out if the nbn™ network is available in your area and what type of technology/equipment is required to connect your premises.
*nbn™ is a provider of wholesale speeds to internet service providers. Your experience, including the speeds actually achieved over the nbn™ network, is determined by your service provider and the plan you choose and depends on the technology over which services are delivered to your premises and some factors outside our control (like your equipment quality and software). nbn™ wholesale speed tiers available to your internet service provider vary depending on the access technology in your area.