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March 20th, 2019 by admin

At the mercy of the roll out

Kate MacMaster and Daniel Neuhaus from Trader and Co. Photo: Jessica Cole Yass Valley businesses are feeling the frustration of the ‘patchy’ and ‘uncertain’ National Broadband Networkroll out, as the FederalGovernment’s 18 month plan is nearly in its second year.
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“For a company that works on connecting communication, they aren’t very good at communicating,”Kate MacMaster, co-owner of the newly established Trader and Co said.

“We are unsure whether they will be bringing the fixed line networkup the side streets or just running it down the main street. We have tried to find this out but have had no response.”

Trader and Co was designed asan inclusive social enterprise committed to giving back to the community, both locally and globally.

The concept was to create anecosystem where startups can establish connections,independent workers can build networks and grow without the overheads that come with traditional office space.

“We advertise for a place where people can come to work without the challenges of slow or patchy internet,” she continued.

“While the NBN will provide faster internet for all residents, connecting to the fixed linemakes it 10 times as fast.

“We just have no idea whether they have considered this, we have had no consultation and our business requires the high speed internet, as does many other businesses not on the main street.”

Trader and Co owners pay large amounts to provide wireless internet totheir customers, yet they are still faced with patchy and uncertain connection.

An NBN Co spokeswoman said about820 homes and businesses in parts of Binalong, Bowning and Yass can already connect through fixed wireless network.

“Work is also set to begin in the next month or so to connect another 410 premises in Mt Manton and Mt Bowning,” she said.

“Around 350 homes and businesses will be able to connect in January and the additional 60 mid-next year through our fixed wireless network.”

“In addition, construction is currently underway to connect around 2800 homes and businesses in Yass to our fixed line network. They should be able to begin connecting in November.”

A total of 985,468 premises in NSW, and more than 3.1 million premises around Australia, are now NBN ready.

“Whatever the technology, making the switch to fast and reliable broadband is not automatic,” she continued.

Those eligible to connect throughtheNBN Sky Mustersatellite service can do so now, NBN Co told residents to check their availability by visiting苏州美甲培训nbnco苏州美甲培训419论坛/switch.

A NBN Co spokeswomansuggested thatonce residents and businesses have checked their eligibility they should then contact their preferred phone or internet provider to discuss their needs and make the switch.

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