NBN services go live in Gosford

Another 5000 premises in the region are expected to be switched on to the NBN in the coming months

Around 2300 premises have been switched on to the National Broadband Network (NBN) in Gosford, around one hour’s drive north of Sydney.

Construction on the NBN has now commenced on around 17,700 premises in the Gosford area, with 5000 premises in the region expected to be switched on to the NBN in the coming months.

Construction has begun at East Gosford, Gosford, Kariong, Koolewong, Mount Elliot, North Gosford, Point Clare, Point Frederick, Somersby, Springfield, Tascott, West Gosford, Narara and Wyoming.

“The ability to send and receive big files almost instantly means businesses that previously had to stay in capital cities can set up anywhere,” Deborah O’Neill, Member for Robertson, said in a statement.

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Abel Adamski

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"The ability to send and receive big files almost instantly"

That is the difference and will make the difference for SME's and Workfrom Home and home businesses with cloud backup and services

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