NBN fixed wireless locations announced for SA
- 18 January, 2013 09:53
Fixed wireless locations for the National Broadband Network (NBN) have been announced for South Australia.
NBN Co will lodge planning proposals for infrastructure in 10 council areas.
NBN report: Public dissatisfaction with NBN proposals grows
Development proposals will be lodged in:
• Coorong District Council
• District Council of Grant
• District Council of Yankalilla
• Kangaroo Island Council
• Karoonda East Murray Council
• Mid Murray Council
• Murray Bridge Council
• Naracoorte Lucindale Council
• Tatiara District Council
• Wattle Range Council
• West Wimmera Shire Council (Victoria)
Some 4 per cent of households will be connected to the NBN via the fixed wireless network, which will offer broadband speeds of up to 12Mbps.
Late last year NBN Co earmarked areas in Victoria and WA to receive fixed wireless.
The fixed wireless network in SA will be switched on from mid-2014.
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