About the rollout
We have released the three year rollout plan for the National Broadband Network with construction planned to commence in over 1500 communities and 3.5 million premises throughout Australia through to 30th June 2015.
The three year rollout plan includes those areas where the network is active, where construction is currently underway and where construction will commence within the next three years. The estimated number of premises covered in this rollout plan has increased by over 2.7 million premises on the figures released in the January 2012 update to the one year rollout plan.
Most of the growth in premises covered in the rollout plan comes in areas where construction has already started. This is because NBN Co has said it needs to manage the rollout of the network as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible, and deploy contractor resources in a logical, sequential way.
It is estimated that the average time from construction commencing to NBN services being available is 12 months.
As a part of our ongoing commitment to the industry and the Australian public, NBN Co is now providing regular updates where each quarter we will update information on the rollout of the National Broadband Network.
Our rollout activities
If you live or work in one of the towns or localities within the current rollout plan, keep an eye out on the Rollout maps page. Every month we are updating the site with detailed maps at the commencement of construction in these areas. If the plan indicates we will commence construction in a given month (for example February 2012) we will post detailed maps on this website during that month. The downloadable maps can be accessed on our Communities in the rollout page. The estimated average time from then to completing construction and providing services is 12 months.
Transit Network And POIs
The Transit Network will continue to grow with a target build completion date for the full transit network in early 2015. It is the pre-requisite for completion of the National Broadband Network in 2020.
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