Different types of NBN connection

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  • #4528
    Profile photo of Sanjib

    I looked on the NBNco site and they discribed vaguely 4 different types ie FTTN/FTTB/FTTP and Hybrid something… how are they different from each other? and which one is the best/fastest tech type?

  • #4533
    Profile photo of MIB

    FTTN – Fibre connection to node
    FTTB – Fibre connection to building
    FTTP – Fibre connection to premises
    It’s all about Fibre connection, if you see HFC it’s through existing TV cable and it happens many residential and also for building but I don’t trust about HFC quality yet.

  • #4535
    Profile photo of Brett

    This article explains the different connection types on details in case anyone else is looking http://www.tangerinetelecom.com.au/news/what-do-the-nbn-service-classes-all-mean

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