nbn continues to exceed targets

The National Broadband Network rollout continues to exceed its connection and financial targets, according to nbn’s latest full-year results announcement.

nbnThe National Broadband Network has now hit each of its targets for nine consecutive quarters – an unbroken run for over two years, and shows that the multi-technology mix nbn is enabling more Australians to experience the benefits of high-speed broadband as quickly as possible.

This level of revenue growth could only be achieved because the National Broadband Network is being connected to more premises, more quickly than ever before.

The National Broadband Network had a target of 2.632 million homes ready for service – they beat that target by over a quarter of a million premises. nbn had a target of 955,000 premises activated – they beat that target by over 100,000 premises.

There are now close to 1.2 million paying customers on the National Broadband Network. That’s up from just 51,000 customers connected to the built network when Labor was in charge of the rollout – more than 20 times as many customers in less than three years.

The nbn is meeting its rollout and financial targets – allowing more Australians, especially in regional areas, to do business online, study via virtual classrooms, and connect with family and friends.

More than one-quarter of Australian homes and businesses can now access an nbn service, and the company is aiming to reach almost half of all households by mid-2017.

For more information on when and how to connect to the nbn network visit www.nbnco.com.au.

nbn co limited (nbn) is a government business entity, the team behind the nbn™ network rollout. We are responsible for providing wholesale services to landline phone companies and internet service providers who offer National Broadband Network plans for homes and businesses. As a wholesaler, nbn does not sell directly to the public. That means, to move your services over to the nbn™ network, you will need to contact your preferred phone or internet provider and choose a new plan that suits your needs



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