NBN Co Pledges To Fix Slow Connections – Later

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Just six percent of households with fibre-to-the-node (FttN) connections currently score the 25Mbps connection rate that the Government has ruled as desirable for Australian households, according to the latest National Broadband Network report.

But NBN Co says it will take action to increase their rates after legacy phone services on the copper network – part of which is shared by these services – are switched off in coming years.

In an answer to a question on notice from a Senate Estimates hearing, NBN Co says that while just six per cent of premises fall into the 12 to 25Mbps category, a further 29 percent are capable of downstream speeds of 25-50Mbps.

It adds that about one-third of premises with FttN services can achieve 50 to 75Mbps, while just under a third – 32 percent – are capable of speeds in the 75-100Mbps range.

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