Senator fast tracks nbn

SENATOR FAST TRACKS NBN | It's December 2018 and after a year of lobbying and pushing it's great to see some of the suburbs with the slowest internet speeds in the country are finally being installed with nbn.Do you have a problem with nbn? Let me know about it with a comment below!#AusPols #OneNation #PeterGeorgiou

Posted by Peter Georgiou - One Nation Senator for Western Australia on Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Georgiou Fast-Tracks NBN for Slowest Internet Suburbs

It’s December 2018 and after a year of lobbying and pushing it’s great to see some of the suburbs with the slowest internet speeds in the country finally being installed with NBN thanks to Senator Peter Georgiou’s relentless push.

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  1. Bobbie
    Bobbie says:

    What are you classifying as ‘slowest internet speeds’ – like in comparison to other ADSL services? Or all of Australia (inc, DSL, Mobile Data and Fiber)?

    Whilst getting an area fast tracked for NBN is nice to see happen, Australia needs the Internet to become a utility.
    Internet is not a guaranteed service – NBN services do not have a fixed emergency line, the expectation is that you use your mobile to make emergency calls.
    It also means that there is no time frame or expectation as to when an Internet fault should get resolved.

    If you could achieve this – then I will tip my hat to you.

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    • Grahame
      Grahame says:

      The normal public who are put on NBN NODE best of luck because it appears NBN and service providers do not understand the issues caused by shifting to VOIP. This is the noise issue that shuts down the NBN . Telstra exchange staff knew about it in the 1960-70.

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  2. Grahame
    Grahame says:

    Well Bobbie what you stated is what Rudd Gillard and Turnbull expect.
    But reality is so different. This apply in suburbs of Sydney. Mobile phones is not an emergency phone. Many mobiles do not work in Sydney this show up inside a building or location
    A back up emergency line should of been provided in the NBN ROLL OUT.
    They also it appears did not seal the network with the NBN NODE version.

    Also I have observed staff and they did not Impress me. They were very rough.

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    • Bobbie
      Bobbie says:

      I had an interaction with a family who had an emergency with a family pet (a horse). Mobile networks were down as was the NBN. The family were not able to contact someone for assistance and lost a member of the family. Their comment was ‘what if this was one of our children?’.

      I don’t want to see Australia be reactionary to this type of situation but rather proactive.

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