The rollout of the nbn™ network covers existing built-up areas (Brownfield) and new developments (Greenfields) using fixed-line, satellite and fixed wireless technologies.
The downloadable chart shows the progress of the rollout outlining the number of premises passed, the services activated and those passed but currently unable to connect (service class 0).
The data contained in this document reflects nbn's position for the week ending 12 January 2017.
Variations in numbers from week to week reflect the modular construction program. That is construction is completed in blocks, so that there may be large upward jumps in some weeks and less or none in others. Following completion of the construction process passing premises in the streets, further validation of address data is undertaken of the “as-built” network against estimates obtained from national address data. There may be some fluctuation in numbers from week to week as a result.
This weekly report by NBN Co of network rollout progress reflects the Government’s requirements for greater transparency as set out in the Statement of Expectations to NBN Co. This shows rollout progress as of last Thursday 12 January 2017.
A total of 44,598 additional lots/premises were passed/covered by the network during the week. This included an increase of 43,151 in Brownfield areas, an increase of 1,363 in New Development areas and an increase of 84 premises in fixed wireless and satellite areas. nbn’s long term satellite network was launched effective week ending 28th April 2016.
During the week an additional 24,916 premises had services activated on the network, including 22,740 on fixed line services and 2,176 using satellite and fixed wireless technologies.