New NBN HFC connections halted for 6+ months

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NBN has halted all new NBN HFC connections ‘effective immediately’. The decision came as a result of numerous complaints of poor service, low speeds and dropouts. With only 10% of HFC-ready households already connected, this delay will most likely push back NBN’s completion date from 2020.

The current state of NBN is messy, it’s common for connections to take longer than 2 months to complete. It may sound best not to switch over but unfortunately NBN Co shuts off non-NBN connections after 18 months (I.E Your ADSL/Cable won’t work after 18 months of NBN being available in the area). Eventually everyone will have to switch to the NBN. We here at Supportedge are dedicated to providing our clients with high quality IT solutions, so if you have any questions about what the NBN means for you, give us a call so we can help tailor a specific IT solution just for you!

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