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What is FTTP?

FTTP stands for Fibre to the Premises. This connection type, as the name would suggest, only uses fibre cabling to connect your premise to the nbn™ network. FTTP has a nbn™ device installed at the premises, which requires an nbn™ installation appointment.

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You can have input for the location of the device. The device has Uni-D ports for your service where you connect your ethernet cable for your router. Aussie Broadband supports a variety of speeds on FTTP including speeds up to 250 mbps and 1 gbps available in most areas.

Note: FTTP connections require an NTD (Network Termination Device) installed at the premises. If you do not have an NTD, please contact your agent, landlord, or our team on 1300 880 905.

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What to expect on the day of your nbn™ FTTP installation

Check out this short nbn™ video on what to consider and what will happen on the day of your FTTP installation.

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