- Freeling Estate
- Playford Alive
Internode recently announced its first paying customer in Adelaide on the NBN in Lakeside, with Lakeside also the first new housing development in South Australia to be connected to the NBN.
- Willunga South
Willunga, which was the fifth and final NBN first release site, had its first trial customer signed up to the network in June 2011. The official network was switched on in September 2011.
The first release of the fibre network covered 940 premises, with 90.9 per cent of premises consenting to a connection – one of the highest rates. NBN Co says take-up in the area is 35 per cent.
- Rudds Gully
- Harrisdale Green
Geraldton is one of the most recent areas to be switched on to the NBN, with the area connecting to the fixed wireless network last week. The area is serviced by two fixed wireless sites, with around 354 premises able to connect to the NBN in the area at speeds of up to 12Mbps. Once the fixed wireless rollout in Geraldton is complete, around 1300 premises will be able to access the NBN.
Geraldton will also receive the NBN via fibre, which will cover nearly 13,000 premises.
- George Town
- Kingston Beach
- Midway Point
- St Helens
Tasmania was the testing bed for the NBN and where everything kicked off.
It took 18 months for the first paying customer to sign up for the network in Triabunna.
No services are yet available in the Northern Territory.