The NBN (National Broadband Network) rollout in Tasmania is in full swing with coverage now available to a number of homes and businesses across the state. As the rollout continues, more and more homes will be able to take advantage of the many benefits that the network offers, including greater reliability and lightning fast internet speeds. Keen to learn more about these benefits? More information about what the NBN offers is available on the iiNet website.
Progress of the NBN rollout to date has extended coverage to parts of Hobart, Launceston and a host of other areas throughout the rest of Tasmania. In addition preparation and building of the network has commenced in a large number of new areas and access to the network will be available soon. We can let you know when the NBN will be available in your area – just register your interest. We’ll also keep you up to date with the latest NBN news and tips including installation and getting ready for the NBN.
NBN coverage in Hobart
The NBN rollout in Hobart has covered much of the greater Hobart area, with coverage either already available or planning and construction underway.
On the NBN map of Hobart, the NBN is currently available in Hobart CBD, Battery Point, South Hobart, Dynnyrne, Montagu Bay, Rosny, Rosny Park, Bellerive and Kingston Beach.
Planning or construction has started in a large number of areas including North Hobart, West Hobart, Glebe, New Town, Rose Bay, Lindisfarne, Warrane, Mornington, Claremont, Bonnet Hill, Kingston, Huntingfield and Blackmans Bay.
NBN coverage in Launceston
Much of Launceston has also been included in the NBN Tasmania rollout so far.
On the NBN map of Launceston, coverage is already available in Launceston CBD, Newstead, West Launceston and South Launceston. The NBN rollout to Launceston has also seen construction or planning started in Norwood, Punchbowl, Prospect Vale, Blackstone Heights, Trevallyn, Riverside, Invermay, Mowbray, Newnham, Ravenswood and Waverley.
NBN rollout across Tasmania
In addition to the widespread rollout of the NBN in Hobart and Launceston, the network has extended to many parts of the state. In more populated areas, access to the network is through the NBN fibre network. While for more remote and rural areas, access to the network is provided via NBN wireless.
The NBN Tasmania map indicates that coverage is already available to areas of Sorell, Midway Point, Smithton, Wynyard, Ridgley, South Spreyton, George Town, St Helens, Deloraine and Glen Huon, while preparation or building of the network has also commenced in Bell bay.
Can you access the Tasmania NBN at your address?
To check if the NBN is available at your address, head to our coverage page and enter your address into the handy coverage checker tool. What if the NBN isn’t available yet? Don’t worry, we can keep you up to date with the rollout and when the NBN will be available in your area. Simply register your interest.
The rollout is managed by NBN Co on behalf of the Federal Government. However, only Retail Service Providers (RSP) like iiNet can provide NBN services to your household.
If you’re ready to take advantage of the NBN, take a look at our range of NBN plans to find the one that’s right for you.