The good news for prospective customers is that there are many internet connection providers (ISP’s) offering services that meet the demands of the most demanding customers. An example is the new 1000 NBN best deal plans from the earlier named ISPs Optus, T-Mobile, Vodafone, and Teleferry. These plans have been designed to meet the needs of customers who will be shifting to a new broadband internet connection. When compared to the old versions (pre-Amber 1.0), the new NBN 1000 has more advanced features including: unlimited data, voice and messaging and VoIP calling plans at much faster speeds (A Class IP address means that your computer receives the appropriate signal and cannot be interrupted mid-connection). The new plans also provide a real value per month with no ongoing charge for changing plans.
Why You Should Consider The Newest Fibre Optic Network?
Currently, only about 32 percent of all premises can support high speed broadband internet plans on both fibre-to-the-premise (FTP) and fiber-to-the-side (FTTN). Only about one-third of premises are able to meet the needs of customers who need both services. And only about one-third of residential customers currently have any plans to upgrade to either an ADSL or HSCSD modem or to a new fibre optic connection with a higher bandwidth limit. All other customers on FTTP connections could be set for immediate obsolescence should they decide to move without getting the right incentive.
As the nation gears up for the construction of the National Broadband Network (NBN), questions have been raised as to whether the latest line-coverage statistics are accurate enough to allow an informed choice when deciding which service provider to get for hook-ups in Australia. As it turns out, the answer is a resounding “yes.” Unfortunately, there are still many areas across the country that still cannot get enough high-speed broadband connections. If you live in one of these areas, you might want to consider signing up for an internet connection from an internet service provider with a local presence. Getting high-speed service from an existing ISP who already has a presence in your town or city makes sense.