What is Belong on the NBN? Belong

What is Belong on the NBN?

Belong on the NBN is a broadband service delivered to you using the NBN fibre network that is currently being rolled out by NBN Co. There are currently three ways Belong can connect customers on the NBN:

  • NBN over Fibre to the Premise (also known as FTTP): NBN Co runs fibre directly to a customer’s premise. NBN Co needs to install an NBN Utility Box (Outside your house) and an NBN Connection Box (inside your house) to allow you to connect to the NBN. On sign up we will determine if you need an appointment.
  • Fibre to the Basement/Building (also known as FTTB): NBN. Fibre is run to a MDU (multi dwelling unit), with existing internal copper wiring within the building used to connect a VDSL service (Very-High-Bit-Rate DSL). Customers connect via their modem to the existing telecommunications socket. If you have an existing service on the line you will experience downtime until we get you connected.
  • Fibre to the Node (also known as FTTN): NBN. Fibre optic cables are run from the telephone exchange to a street node or pillar, then the existing telecommunications copper lines are used to deliver broadband to the home. Customers connect via their modem to the existing telecommunications socket. If you have an existing service on the line, you will experience downtime until we get you connected.

Belong does not currently offer services over NBN fixed wireless.

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