About the NBN™
The National Broadband Network (NBN™) refers to the fixed line, fixed wireless and satellite infrastructure being rolled out by NBN Co to replace the existing broadband infrastructure with a faster and more reliable broadband service.
These speed ranges are based on information provided by nbn™. Actual Speeds could be slower and may differ due to various factors. Find out more about NBN™ speeds
The different flavours of the NBN™
Fibre optic cable will lead all the way to your premises, terminating at your NBN™ Utility Box on an outside wall.
Fibre optic cable connects to the building’s Main Distribution Frame (MDF), typically in the basement. From there, the MDF will connect to the wall socket in your unit via the building’s internal copper cabling.
Fibre optic cable connects to a node (a cabinet in your street or a street nearby). Copper cabling connects from the node to a wall socket in your premises (for some premises the copper passes through a Main Distribution Frame).
Fibre optic cables connect to a small node close to your premises and existing copper cables deliver broadband to an NBN™ FTTC Connection Device in your premises.
Coaxial cables deliver broadband to an NBN™ HFC Connection Device in your premises.
Check out how NBN™ is delivered.
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