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NBN alternatives in Australia: How to get connected

NBN alternatives in Australia: How to get connected

With the NBN taking over as the primary internet service in Australia, most providers offer a range of NBN products and services to get you connected to the net. For those who aren’t able to access or don’t wish to use the NBN service, there are still alternatives to get you online at competitive prices and speeds.

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How to switch NBN providers

How to switch NBN providers

Whether you’re no longer happy with your current NBN provider, or you’re simply after a better deal - there are plenty of reasons as to why you might want to switch broadband plans.

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How to connect to the NBN

How to connect to the NBN

A national broadband network was first announced back in 2007, with NBN Co established in 2009 to build and operate the rollout to Aussie homes. The project timeline was to complete the rollout to 93% of Australian households by the end of 2020 and despite a large cost blowout the initial build was completed on time.

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How to test your NBN speed

How to test your NBN speed

Frustrated with slow internet? Does your NBN speed feel like it’s not up to scratch? We’ve got good news: you can test it! Depending on how you use your NBN, whether it’s to stream Netflix, scroll through Instagram or work from home, it’s crucial you have an internet speed that matches you and your family’s usage. This handy guide will give you the ins and outs of testing your NBN speed and help you see if you have the right product to suit you!   

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What you need to know about NBN connection types

What you need to know about NBN connection types

Most Aussies are now streaming, scrolling and surfing the internet on the National Broadband Network (NBN). But did you know that not all NBN connections are the same? In fact, there are a range of different NBN connection types and unless you’re willing to pay out of your own pocket (or your dwelling has been earmarked for a free upgrade by NBN Co), you’re likely stuck with the type of NBN connection you currently have.Your type of NBN connection has important impacts in a couple of areas, most critically when it comes to the maximum supported speed – and therefore the kinds of plans you can subscribe to – and also when it comes to reliability.No matter what type of NBN connection you have, you’ll need to sign up with an independent internet service provider (ISP) to gain access. Once you sign up for a plan, you may be provided with a compatible router or modem that can connect you to the NBN.  If you do take a provider modem it may not always be the most capable but it can make dealing with support requests easier.So the question is, what is my NBN connection type? Let’s break it down … 

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NBN jargon buster

NBN jargon buster

The NBN is now commonplace for many Aussies, with around 8 million households and businesses connected to the network as of 2021, according to the ACCC. But the truth is there’s a bit of techie-jargon to know, whether you’re signing up, setting up or simply enquiring about the NBN. We’ve got you covered right here with our Mozo NBN jargon buster: 

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Broadband news

Netflix to offer video games does it change your broadband needs

Netflix to offer video games, does it change your broadband needs?

Netflix has revealed plans to offer video games to its customers alongside its existing content. With reports suggesting the video games are planned to join Netflix’s other content within a year at no extra cost to subscribers, those planning to take advantage of the added goods might need to take a second look at their broadband plan.

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