Myki rollout on track in ballarat

Myki rollout on track in ballarat

The Ballarat Government today announced it will begin rolling Outback Broadband (OBS) services through a joint collaboration with Telstra and Optus to pr바카라ovide access to a nationwide distribution network.

This launch marks the second major rollout of OBS in Queensland in the last 12 months as the Government continues to scale its network with upgrades to its optical fibre infrastructure at a significantly faster pace than originally anticipated.

The OBS service will cover more than 150,000 premises across Queensland, with the rollout expected to be completed later this year.

As the new infrastructure upgrades continue to roll in the ballarat region, the government will work to ensure every Australian who can access the NBN network can do so.

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According to Prime Minister Bill Shorten, today’s OBS rollout is one step forward in creating a state-wide broadband network that delivers high-speed service.

“Today’s announcement means that Telstra can now provide an important network that meets the needs of thousands of customers within the Ballara바카라사이트t area,” Mr Shorten said.

“Today’s announcement builds on the momentum that we have seen over the past two years with our Broadband Nation project in the Ballarat area, building on the work done in other parts of Australia in the first two years of the NBN rollout.

“The National Broadband Network is becoming a reality in a small number of Queensland and the Northern Territory, and it’s clear that the technology that has been used by Telstra to provide Australian broadband has been workinnatyasastra.comg incredibly well.

“Today, Telstra is proud to announce a joint rollout partnership with Optus and Optus to give Australian consumers the benefits of high-speed broadband in the Queensland and New South Wales areas.

“The combined rollout of OBS, O-Net fibre and Telstra’s mobile broadband services and the combined network capacity of Telstra’s fibre-to-the-premise and Optus’ network will deliver more than 2 million premises in Australia in the near term.

“That will leave only about 300,000 premises in the Northern Territory, with much of the remainder in regional areas like Ballarat.

“The combined NBN network will bring these customers closer to their local community and will provide local business with high-speed broadband services that go beyond their home network, offering customers the benefits of enhanced internet connection and the convenience that they have come to expect from Australia’s leading broadband providers.”

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