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How does the NBN work in WA?

Whether you’re video-calling your friends on the East Coast or streaming the latest hit show direct from the States, the NBN (National Broadband Network) is making it easier for West Australians to stay connected.

Where is the NBN available in WA?

As of February 2024, over two million WA properties can access the NBN some way or another.1NBN Co – Weekly Progress Report 22 February 2024, p1  So, you’d be hard pressed to find a place in WA that isn’t already online with the NBN or a call away from it. 

Which Internet speeds can I get in WA?

With NBN’s speed tiers, there’s a choice of options for different digital lives — it comes down to the NBN Plan you pick. 

NBN Speed Tier Will it suit me?  
Home Basic I

Typical evening download speed = 12Mbps
 
This speed tier could be all you need for an at-home movie session or a vigorous game of Wordle.   
Home Basic II

Typical evening download speed = 25Mbps 
 
If ‘Stream, scroll, repeat’ is your mantra, Home Basic II might have the speed you’re looking for.   
Home Standard

Typical evening download speed = 50Mbps
Skip the spoilers with speeds that mean the whole family can stream videos at the same time, along with play online games or videocall friends.   
Home Fast

Typical evening download speed = 100Mbps
Forget about letting things download overnight, Home Fast could be your way to stay on track with work and play, thanks to faster download speeds any time of day.  
Home Superfast

Typical evening download speed = 250Mbps
Keep the kids busy with multiple movie marathons or online gaming sessions, while you download files from the Cloud and take the lead on Zoom.  
Home Ultrafast

Typical evening download speed = 700Mbps 
Buffer in the blink of an eye with Home Ultrafast’s speedy uploads and downloads for work, recreation, and everything in between.  

Frequently Asked Questions

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