The National Broadband Network (NBN) is designed to give all Australians the opportunity to access fast and reliable internet services with different technologies. To do this, NBN Co is rolling out a mix of different service delivery technologies in different areas:

Each address will have access to only one type of technology (non-optional).

The project is headed by NBN Co on behalf of the Federal Government, with the intention to replace Australia’s existing copper network, which can no longer keep up with our growing demand for faster broadband and high performing internet. As the NBN is set to replace the copper network, this means our landline phone network with also be undergoing a renewal and calls will increasingly be directed over the new NBN internet services (VoIP).