Your first step is to subscribe to an nbn™ plan from Australia Broadband. Don't worry, once your order has been accepted, we'll look after the nbn™ arrangements.
We're here to get you connected to the to the nbn™ and make your home's transition as simple and easy as we can.
Now you can connect all your gadgets and devices and experience the net like never before!
Just search your address to find out if you can get NBN or ADSL
A better experience for everyone at home sharing multiple devices online at the same time
A network purpose-built for the 21st century
nbn™ internet speeds faster and more reliable than ADSL providing a better user experience
Add a Speed Boost and enjoy downloads of up to 25Mbps, up to 50Mbps or up to 100 Mpbs.
Don't sweat it. If you are renting, you can still get connected to the NBN with Australia Broadband.
If the place your are renting is located in a Fibre to the Node (FTTN) area and you already have a existing telephone line in-place, you don't need to do anything other than order an NBN plan from Australia Broadband. We'll do the rest.
If you are located in a Fibre to the Premise (FTTP), NBN Fixed Wireless area or need to get any equipment installed at your service address to get connected to the NBN, first ask your landlord if it's okay. Not all homes will need equipment installed, but if your place does, the landlord may want to be on-site or be reachable by telephone when the technicians come. Be sure to let the owner know the days and times the technicians will be visiting.
If you're living in a unit or apartment, you can also connect to the NBN when it reaches your area, but the Owner's Corporation will need to give their permission for nbn to provide the fibre to the building. You can approach them via the strata manager. nbn will work out the best way to connect your building.
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