Cabling NBN Rollout Sunshine Coast
The NBN rollout which provides new cabling along the Sunshine Coast and across Australia is designed to increase internet speed. This reduces the chances of buffering, pages not loading, and other issues associated with poor cabling. The National Broadband Network promises to be the solution that puts all of Australia into the 21st century in terms of internet speed and coverage along with better telephone services.
What is NBN Internet Speed?
This is a massive structured cabling project that removes the old cables which cannot handle the increased load of internet communication. NBN will improve the internet speed services by up to 1000Mbps. This happens because the old copper wire used for telecommunications is being replaced by fibre-optic cabling.
However, not all residents will receive a direct fibre-optic connection due to the age and wiring inside their homes or their location. NBN accounts for homes unable to get fibre-optic by providing satellite or improvement with the older cabling that exists in the residences. There will be different types of connections with NBN, you will need to do a little research on the NBN site to determine which one is available in your region.
Even if you choose not to do anything, the improvement to internet speed for loading data will be noticeable. While the old copper lines were capable of 8Mbps, the new fibre-optics boost the speed to a minimum of 25Mbps. And in better news the rollout is almost complete across Australia and ready to go fully online everywhere.
What You Need to Know ADSL Broadband
If the area you live in has been upgraded, you only have 18 months to make the switch to an NBN provider. Even if you are happy with what you have, 18 months after the announcement is made, your current ADSL broadband will be removed.
If you wait past the 18-month deadline, then you will be without internet service until the NBN plan is connected to your residence. The inconvenience will last until your new provider hooks up the NBN connection. Currently, almost 8 million residences and businesses are connected to NBN. About 1.5 million have the fibre-optic connection while the remaining use either a partial link to the fibre, repurposed cables, satellite, or wireless connection.
Is NBN In Your Area:
If you have not received a notice, then you can check on the NBN website by typing in your address. If you see your address, it is advisable to make the switch early so you are not caught in a last-minute rush.
The new NBN operates on the same network as your current provider. You will need to do your research when making the switch to ensure that you are receiving all the services desired. You can choose between different bundles and options that best fit your needs.
The NBN rollout has been well planned, but you will need to act in replacing your current broadband internet with the new structured cabling, speed, and reliability of the fibre-optic network. For those living along the Sunshine Coast and anywhere in Australia, NBN represents a leap forward in internet speed and reliability. You only need to make the switch when it is available in your area.
Contact Brad at Redhot Telecommunications. NBN and Structured Cabling is their thing.