[LINK] Will this be 100% NBN coverage of the ACT?
ash at melbpc.org.au
Sat Mar 31 11:44:36 EST 2012
I am confused when the default map view of my address shows the entire
suburb (Werribee) in green and this text:
"This is the NBN rollout activity in your area. Fibre | Work to commence
within three years - we will commence work in your area from Sep 2013 in
phases with last work scheduled to commence in Jun 2014*."
But if I zoom in, the green is all gone. When I search a friend's home in
Berwick, I see no green, but I do in nearby Hallam and Cranbourne. Zoom in,
and it is all gone. Some lucky new subdevelopments are pre-wired for NBN.
(Also interesting about the address lookup - just start typing your house
number and you will see addresses in several overseas countries. Try with a
> -----Original Message-----
> From: link-bounces at mailman.anu.edu.au [mailto:link-
> bounces at mailman.anu.edu.au] On Behalf Of Jan Whitaker
> Sent: Thursday, 29 March 2012 20:20
> To: link at anu.edu.au
> Subject: Re: [LINK] Will this be 100% NBN coverage of the ACT?
> At 05:29 PM 29/03/2012, Roger Clarke wrote:
> >So ADSL2+ at 4km distance from the exchange is my current maximum. (I
> >appreciate that that alreaady sounds pretty damn good to several
> Too right.
> When that announcement came out today about the 3.5mil households, I
> went to the NBN website and my main and nearest Vic suburbs aren't even
> on the list! When I look at the map (allowing all the google overhead in
> to see it), we aren't even in the 3 year window. I live in one of the
> suburban areas in the state. We even have an ALP member in the Parliament
> -- the first time in years! I guess that shows it's not a political mates
> Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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