nbn Announces 3 Year Construction Plan

Late last week the nbn™ released its three-year construction plan, outlining all the areas in Queensland that are set to be in construction by September 2018.

This is huge news for business in our region, with over 1.5 million additional premises in Queensland soon be able to access fast broadband and phone services through the nbn™.

Every form of online service used by local business is set to improve under the nbn™ – be it e-commerce, sending and receiving files, accessing online services, internet and data security, cloud based sharing or communicating with staff and customers.

Businesses particularly in rural or remote regions will see huge benefits from the nbn that will in turn flow on into the local community.  And unlike the current system, nbn customers outside the major metropolitan areas will finally not be charged significantly more for internet access, leveling the playing field.

For more information on the three year construction plan, go to www.nbn.com.au/3yearplan

The following areas have been included in the rollout plan:

Region: Estimated number of premises in plan: Technology: Estimated build start time:
Emerald 6200 FTTN Q1-2017
Emu Park, Kinka Beach, Mulambin, Zilzie 3100 FTTN Q4-2016
Berserker, Frenchville, Kawana, Koongal, Lakes Creek, Limestone Creek, Nerimbera, Norman Gardens, Park Avenue 14900 FTTN Mar-2016
Gracemere 3900 FTTN Q4-2016
Adelaide Park, Bondoola, Cawarral, Keppel Sands, Keppel Sands East, Mount Chalmers, Tanby 1130 Fixed Wireless Sep-2015
Barlows Hill, Barmaryee, Cooee Bay, Hidden Valley, Inverness, Lammermoor, Meikleville Hill, Pacific Heights, Rosslyn, Taranganba, Taroomball, Yeppoon 8000 FTTN Q2-2016
Mount Morgan 400 Fixed Wireless Q3-2016
Mount Morgan 1200 FTTN Q1-2017
Glenlee, Parkhurst, Rockyview 1800 FTTN Feb-2016
Allenstown, Berserker, Depot Hill, Kawana, Park Avenue, Port Curtis, Rockhampton City, The Common, The Range, Wandal, West Rockhampton 12400 FTTN Nov-2015



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