- What is the best type of NBN connection?
- Is cable better than NBN?
- What is the difference between NBN and cable?
- Do I have to change from cable to NBN?
- How do they connect NBN to your house?
- What access technologies are used in NBN?
- Is it compulsory to have NBN?
- Does NBN use Foxtel cable?
- Does NBN affect Foxtel?
- Is Telstra and BigPond the same?
- What’s the difference between broadband and Internet?
- Where do I put the NBN box?
- Can you opt out of the NBN?
- Is there an alternative to the NBN?
- Can you have 2 NBN connections in house?
What is the best type of NBN connection?
The FTTP connection is considered to be the best nbn™ connection type because it is typically more consistent in its delivery of high-speed internet.
Is cable better than NBN?
The biggest difference between cable broadband and NBN is upload speed. Customers on an NBN 100 plan will be able to upload at speeds of 40Mbps, whereas cable broadband upload speeds can be as low as 2Mbps. It’s also worth noting that cable can be more prone to congestion than NBN services.
What is the difference between NBN and cable?
The biggest difference between the two technologies is the connection between the node and your home which may affect the speeds you receive. Cable broadband runs a coaxial cable from the node to your home. You can view the current plans available for Cable broadband plans here and current NBN broadband plans here.
Do I have to change from cable to NBN?
To continue having a fixed home phone and broadband service, you’ll need to switch to phone and broadband services on the nbn network. In most cases, you have 18 months to switch, from the date when nbn co declares your area is ‘ready for service’.
How do they connect NBN to your house?
Under a standard installation, the NBN connection box will typically go inside your home near an existing telephone jack and within reach of a power point. The connection box must plug straight into the wall socket, not into a power board or double adaptor.
What access technologies are used in NBN?
- The nbn™ Multi Technology Mix (MTM)
- nbn™ Fixed Wireless.
- nbn™ Sky Muster™ satellite.
- nbn™ Sky Muster™ Plus satellite service.
- Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC)
- Fibre to the Premises (FTTP)
- Fibre to the Node (FTTN)
- Fibre to the Curb (FTTC)
Is it compulsory to have NBN?
Despite this, connecting to the NBN is compulsory, with existing telephone and internet connections switched off to make way for the rollout. For those who missed the memo, the NBN is not an “opt in” technology.
Does NBN use Foxtel cable?
The technical explanation: HFC is short for Hybrid Fibre Coaxial, and is typically used to connect properties to the NBN where an existing pay TV (Foxtel) or cable network (Telstra or Optus) is available.
Does NBN affect Foxtel?
The installation of the external nbn™ utility box (PCD) will not affect any of your telecommunication services including Foxtel. If you have a pay TV service that uses your current cable connection, your service provider will ensure you stay connected to your pay TV service.
Is Telstra and BigPond the same?
Re: Bigpond vs Telstra
BigPond is the internet service arm of the Telstra company The BigPond Broadband Plans will likely be the standalone plans, which as they do not include the phone ‘bundled’ together are cheaper in base price, but usually about the same if not more once you add the cost of the phone into it.
What’s the difference between broadband and Internet?
Broadband internet is typically anything faster than dial-up (cable, DSL, etc.) and in other words it provides high speed internet. WiFi is a technology that uses radio waves to provide network connectivity.
Where do I put the NBN box?
The nbn™ Connection box should ideally be installed:
- Near an accessible power point.
- In a cool dry, ventilated area (e.g. not a cupboard or in a bathroom or kitchen).
- Away from busy areas where it may be knocked and damaged.
- Near your existing phone or network cabling.
Can you opt out of the NBN?
Residents can still opt out of a fibre connection, an NBN Co spokeswoman confirmed. But they will have no fixed-line connection once the Telstra copper network is removed under a deal between Telstra and NBN Co. His family was paying $70 a month for a 7 megabit per second (Mbps) service with a 10 gigabyte limit.
Is there an alternative to the NBN?
And as long as you can get a decent mobile signal at your home, home wireless is a great NBN alternative. Many home wireless connections are limited in terms of the speeds they can offer. But the major exception to this is Optus wireless broadband.
Can you have 2 NBN connections in house?
The reason that we have been given is that NBN as per Government directive can only provide one port to a private property which means they can provide 2 telephone numbers per se but cannot provide 2 internet connections.