Since the rollout of NBN Internet services in the latter part of 2016, millions of Australians now enjoy fast and reliable Internet connection, thanks to the latest technology.
NBN wireless is just one of the three main offerings of the National Broadband Network. The company has teamed up with the Australian Government to provide better and brighter Internet solutions to urban and rural customers alike.
The government-funded broadband solution is to offer subscribers three technologies that are guaranteed to deliver a better online experience than conventional copper wire technologies. A unique offering that subscribers in rural and remote regions can look into is fixed wireless NBN plans.
What is fixed wireless NBN?
Fixed wireless NBN is recommended for customers who live in rural or isolated areas in the bush. The vast distance between establishments and homes in rural Australia has inspired the creation of fixed wireless NBN broadband that can transmit data from a tower located several kilometres from homes and businesses. It transmits radio signals to homes and businesses installed with NBN-compatible devices.
What are the benefits of NBN fixed wireless broadband?
- NBN fixed wireless is engineered to be more efficient than mobile Internet services. Since a transmission tower is pre-set to deliver Internet connection to a specific number of homes and businesses, it has sufficient capacity to deliver more reliable Internet connectivity.
- Subscribers of fixed wireless NBN plans are guaranteed up to 50 Mbps download speed and 20Mbps upload speed.
There is nothing more frustrating than dealing with poor Internet service that is frustratingly slow and unreliable. If you want your online experience to be better than ever, check out the NBN fixed wireless plans available in your area.