How the NBN or TPGs broadband network affects buildings

Inger Brettle

You may have heard about TPG Telecom’s plan to compete head-on with the National Broadband Network (NBN) by rolling out their own fibre network to multi-dwelling units.

The NBN is a wholesale-only, open access platform. This means consumers can choose which service provider they get their broadband services from, in other words there is competition.

Owners should carefully consider the T&Cs if they are offered an alternative access deal by TPG (or others in direct competition with the NBN) as they may limit competition for broadband services in their building. Any such company would want to safeguard any capital investment by requesting exclusivity.

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