After having the HFC pin pulled in December last year, nbn announced yesterday that they are resuming HFC sales on 27th April in Sydney and Melbourne, and progressively to the rest of the country by the end of June.
The nbn™ HFC network uses the Hybrid Fibre Coaxial network that was previously operated by Telstra/Foxtel to deliver speeds using coaxial cable and an nbn HFC termination device.
Almost 3 million premises will be connected with HFC, with about 370 000 ready to be connected now. nbn co have said they have undertaken “considerable” work to address the challenges which faced the HFC rollout previously, which included problems with activation, network performance in peak loads and stability of network nodes.
You can find out more about our HyperConnect residential nbn™ plans here, or contact our sales team for business grade services or customised solutions for you. With typical evening peak speeds between 85 and 91% of capacity, and great Australian customer service, you’ll have one of the best nbn™ experiences with us!