nbn™ stands for National Broadband Network. It is the service in which the majority of Australians use to access the internet from their homes and businesses.
You can visit www.nbnco.com.au to learn more about nbn™ and visit our plans page to get connected today....read more
The National Broadband Network (nbn™) is made up of a series of fibre optic cables. The cables run out from a Point of Exchange (or POI) in your local area. The cables will either run all the way to your home (FFTP), to the pit outside your home (FTTB) or to a ‘NODE’ somewhere near your home (FTTN).
In some cases an nbn™ connection can also be sent via Satellite or Fixed Wireless.
Find out more about the network on the NBN Co website....read more
What is Fixed Wireless Plus 75/10 plan?
Fixed wireless plus 75/10 is a new nbn™ speed tier designed exclusively to provide best-effort internet service for fixed wireless customers. This Fixed Wireless 25/5 plan will offer maximum speed potential of 75Mbps down/ 10Mbps up.
Please note: Speeds can be affected by a range of factors including the line of sight to the tower, nbn™ cell congestion, and/or nbn™ backhaul congestion.
What speeds will I get on the Fixed Wireless Plus 75/10 plan?
The nbn™ Fixed Wireless Plus 75/10 plan does not have a fixed speed specified. Instead of providing a capped speed tier like other nbn™ plans, the nbn™ Fixed Wireless Plus 75/10 plan aims to deliver the maximum potential speed the network is capable of delivering at the time of use. Available speeds on a Fixed Wireless Plus 75/10 plan will fluctuate during the day, and you may receive speeds that are s ...read more
The nbn™ rollout is largely complete, so most addresses in Australia will have the ability to connect to the nbn™ network.
If you have not yet had an nbn™ connection activated at your address, this will need to be facilitated by NBN Co technicians before you can get connected to More nbn™.
When you enter your address in our service qualification tool on our nbn™ sign up page, you will see if an existing connection is available at your address. If you’re not yet connected, once you sign up for a More nbn™ plan an order will be placed with NBN Co to perform an activation at your address. The time it takes to get nbn™ installed at your address will depend on your property the type of connection available.
nbn™ New Development Charge
The Australian government enforce at New Development Charge to greenfield devel ...read more
The nbnTM activation appointment will vary based on how nbnTM is delivered to your home or business. If you are unsure of this, it will be advised in the emails from More that are sent after an appointment date has been set for your activation.
FTTP (Fibre to the Premises) involves fibre being connected right into your property or business. If this is the first time you are having nbnTM connected to the property, an NBN Co technician will attend site to complete the activation. They will install a box on the outside of the property, then usually drill through the wall and install equipment inside the property.
It’s a good idea to consider where you want to install the equipment inside the property. You will plug the modem / router and any phone services into this equipment. NBN Co are supposed to provide up to 30 metres of fibre in ...read more
When you sign up for a More nbn™ plan, you will enter your address to see what sort of connection is available for your home. This will depend on the nbnTM delivery in your neighbourhood, and may impact what More plans are available to you. Typical nbnTM delivery types include Fibre to the Premises (FTTP), Fibre to the Node/Basement (FTTN/B), Fixed Wireless, Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC) and Fibre to the Curb (FTTC).
The NBN250 plan is only available for FTTp and some HFC connections. When you enter your address during sign up, you will only be able to select nbnTM plans that are available at your home.
We will keep you up to date regularly on the progress of your order via email or sms.
It is important that you look out for these notifications as they will include important information on your activation appointment, if you require NBN Co to visit your property to get connected. Depending on the connection process for your property, you may be required to be in attendance, and missing an appointment will cause delays with your order....read more
For some nbn™ connections there is no need to keep an active telephone service. The nbn™ network uses a number of different delivery methods, and the following list details the nbn™ technology types that use the copper line:
1. FTTN - Fibre to the Node. This is where fibre optics is delivered to your street and then high speed internet is transferred to a copper cable that runs into your home. The node is a box that is constructed in the street that transfer the internet from fibre optics to copper. If you have an existing copper telephone line connected to your property, nbn™ will use this for nbn™. Note that there is no need to continue paying line rental, you can opt to cancel the phone service after your nbn™ service has been connected.
3. FTTB - Fibre to the building. This is where fibre optics is delivered to your building and then copper is used to distribute high speed ...read more
Depending on how nbn™ is delivered to your property and your property's nbn™ readiness, this will vary from just 1 day to around 3 weeks. You can check your address on our website and in most cases we'll be able to give you an indicative timeframe.
If your property has already been connected to the nbn™ previous we should be able to get you connected in 1-3 days.
If your property has not been connected to nbn™ in the past we will likely need an nbn™ technician to come and activate your service. General time frames for the next available nbn™ activation appointment is usually between 1 and 3 weeks. We'll be able to give you a better idea after you place your order. This is purely dependent on the availability of NBN Co's technicians to complete your activation and we always request earliest available appointment (unless you request otherwise).
After yo ...read more
There is no charge for standard installation. This includes the visit from the technician.
If nbn™ has deemed your property a new development, the nbn™ New Development Fee may apply. If you are moving in to a brand new property and connecting to the nbn™ for the first time this fee will likely apply....read more
nbn™ provide a Missed Appointment Rebate to us when the NBN Co technician does not attend the confirmed appointment for both connections and faults.
We pass this rebate onto our customers as a credit on their account. It will be reflected on the customer's account within 1-2 months after the missed appointment.
The amount of each Missions Connection Appointment Rebate will be as follows:
$50 for each First Missed Connection Appointment, and
$75 for each Subsequent Missed Connection Appointment
'Missed Connection Appointment' means an actual appointment that nbn™ does not attend in accordance with the applicable service level.
'First Missed Connection Appointment' means a Missed Connection Appointment in respect of an End User Connection or a Professional Wiring Service, for which there has been no ...read more
Changing to More is easy, but first you will need to make sure you're out of contract with your current provider to avoid cancellation fees. If you have no contractual ties with your current provider, sign up to More and we'll do the rest! We'll connect your new service and cancel your old service on your behalf....read more
Not necessarily. However, if:you live in a large household where there is a fair bit of distance between the router / nbn™ connection point & the other levels / corners of the house, and/or you have a number of devices operating simultaneously, then purchasing an extra point or a satellite will result in a strong and uninterrupted Wifi connection. ...read more
Every home has a different technology type which will determine whether or not a technician will need to visit you to connect your internet.
The points below should be used as a guide only, as a technician may or may not be required to attend depending on the individual household:If you already have an nbn™ box inside your home, it is unlikely that a technician will require to access your home.
The Australian government enforce at New Development Charge to greenfield developments that need to be connected to the nbnTM network.
Part of this charge is the End User Contribution Charge of $300 (inc. GST). Internet Service Providers such as More pass this charge to the end user when they want to connect to the nbn™.
Please note that this charge is only applicable if your property is a new development and has never been connected to the nbn™ before.
You can read more about this policy here.
The More team will alert you if the New Development Charge applies when you complete your address check as part of the signing up process....read more
You may experience some down time when switching between your current provider and more.
Once your current service is disconnected and your service with more is activated, you will then need to set up your modem.
If you're setting up the Google Nest Wifi, this is quite a simple process that should take around 15 minutes. If you've chosen to BYO modem, you will need to configure your existing device with the help of our technical support team. This may take a little longer, depending on what device you're using.
Given that you may experience some internet down time during the service transfer, we recommend that you schedule more service activation for a low-usage day. You can do this when ordering your service on the More website....read more
As soon as your nbn™ service is activated billing does commence. We are keen for you to get online with your new nbn™ plan as soon as possible so you can start enjoying the great benefits.
If we have sent you a new nbn™ modem/router, please use the PDF user guide below for a step by step guide on how to plug this in and get online. There are different instructions based on how nbn™ is delivered to your property.
If you are unsure how nbn™ is delivered to your property please see the activation emails that we have sent during the installation process.
Please use the relevant guide to your nbn™ technology type. There is a separate guide for FTTP/HFC/Wireless NBN, FTTN/B NBN and FTTC NBN. If you are unsure what technology type your property has please refer to emails sent during the order confirmation process.
Your nbnTM can run slowly for a number of reasons. When initially moving to an nbnTM connection, users often experience dramatically increased bandwidth compared to older ADSL services.
It is important to understand how your devices use the internet to ensure a good experience with the additional bandwidth. Things like the hardware and software that you use may affect the speed that you experience.
The technology used by NBN Co to deliver the service to your home or business may also affect your speeds.
It’s important to understand how many devices are using your nbn™ service.
It is always important to know how many users are on your network. Remember this can be via cabled ethernet connections to your modem, as well as via wifi. The more devices you have connected, the more your bandwidth is shared.
When you sign up to a More nbnTM plan, you will create an account with a username and password. You can use these credentials to login to our customer portal to access information regarding your account.
In the future, you will be able to access this information directly from the CommBank app once the More services have been integrated....read more
In some cases, existing services are cancelled automatically when your service is transferred, and in others you will need to contact your existing provider to cancel your service.
For FTTP and Fixed Wireless connections, we will activate the next available port on the nbn™ equipment installed inside your property. This means after you are successfully connected with More you will need to advise your previous provider that you wish to cancel their service.
For HFC, FTTN, FTTB or FTTC connections we will order an nbn™ transfer. This means that your original service will stop working automatically when your More service becomes active. You may want to check with your previous provider that they have stopped billing you - but this should occur automatically.
We recommend that once your More service has been activated, you contact your existing provider to ensure that they have cancelled your service and that you ...read more
Moving home? Relocating an nbn™ service to a new address can now be processed from our customer portal.
TIP: Before you request to move your service, you can check the nbn™ serviceability of your address so you know if the address is nbn™ ready, and what is the approximate timeframe for connection.
You can check your address here.
If you know the nbn™ availability of your address, you can proceed with the steps below:
1. Visit the customer portal.
2. Enter your account number, email address and password on the log in screen.
3. Select Moving House? Service Relocation.4. Fill out the form with the following details:
Each residential nbn™ plan sits on one of the seven main nbn™ speed tiers, which have different maximum download and upload speeds measured in Megabits per second (Mbps). But what do these speed tiers actually mean, and what impact can it have on the quality of the Wifi connection in your home? Let us break it down for you.
FIRST THINGS FIRST - HOW DOES THE nbn™ REACH MY HOME?
There are a number of different ways that the nbn™ can reach your home, and this can impact the type of internet connection you receive.
The different types of nbn™ delivery include:
1. Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) - Where fibre optics cabling is installed directly inside your property. This can deliver fast internet services with up to 1gbit/s speeds.
2. Fibre to the Node / Basement (FTTN/B) - Where both fibre optic cables and the e ...read more
If you are going overseas or do not require your nbn™ service for a long period of time, it may be beneficial to put your nbn™ Plan on hold.
We can assist with this. However, to prevent charges coming through from nbn™ we would need to cancel your service, and then re-activate it when you are ready to start using your service again. This works in the same way as putting the service on hold and nbn™ charges would cease to come through. We would not recommend doing this if the period of time is less than a month as your service will still be charged up to the end of the month that you wish to cancel it.
When we re-activate your service we would need to assist in re configuring your modem as you will receive a new username when the service is re-activated. This is a quick task and our dedicated technical support team can easily assist you with this.
To put your serv ...read more
No. All our nbn™ plans are on no contract and there is no cancellation fee....read more
All our nbn™Plans are on no contract so you are free to cancel at any time*.
Aside from calling us, you can log in to our customer portal and put the request through.
2. Enter your Account Number, Email Address and Password on the Log in screen.
3. Select Cancel nbn™ Service from the Menu.
4. Please complete the form below to order cancellation of your nbn™ service.
Address of nbn™ Service to Cancel
Reason for Cancelling
Date of Cancellation
5. Read and agree on the terms.
6. Click on Submit.
Requests will be forwarded to our team for processing. It would b ...read more
In 2014 the Australian Government made the decision to use a mixed technology approach to the nbn™ rollout. This means that certain properties will use parts of the old legacy copper telephone network to complete the NBN connection to your property. This legacy copper network is unfortunately prone to issues and we encounter some users using FTTN/FTTB and FTTC technologies experiencing connection dropouts due to this.
It is important to troubleshoot your FTTN/FTTB/FTTC connection prior to us logging a fault to NBN Co as in certain cases it is local internal copper wiring that can be causing the dropout issues.
In order to properly troubleshoot you should consider the following scenarios:
1. Only a single device is dropping out and other devices are not affected.
In this case it is likely an issue with a particular device. We recommend checking and replaci ...read more
There are a number of things that you can try to help improve your Wifi coverage in your property.
Wifi is now critical in a household where numerous devices rely on good quality wifi to operate.
1. Location of your Wifi router
This is likely the most important part of ensuring you maximise the Wifi coverage inside your property. Ensure that the Wifi router is located in a central position within your house, this will give the greatest all round coverage. When you connect to one of our nbn™ plans for the first time, you may have to connect to a different socket or in a different room in the house. If required you may need to invest in home wiring to relocate the router to a more central position. For nbn™ connections using HFC technology, often the nbn™ box can be installed at the front or back of the house - in these cases we recommend investing in cabling to get your ...read more
If you are experiencing technical issues or need customer support, please visit the contact us page to get in touch with our team.More offers customers the following extended tech support hours:
7am – Midnight (Weekdays) AET
8am – 8pm (Weekends) AET
You can also use the live chat button at the bottom right corner of the more website....read more
Yes you can.
At More, we give our customers the ability to change their speed tier at any time, as long as the speed increase is supported by their nbn™ delivery method. This is a quick and easy process that happens remotely with no need for a technician to visit your home - you can login to the customer portal and make the request under 'Change nbn™ plan' and our team will take care of the rest. Speed changes can usually be processed on the same day as the request is made, so you won't need to wait for your Wifi speed to be taken to the next level....read more
There are a number of reasons why an nbn™ service may be running slower than expected. It may be down to hardware and software configured on your home network or due to nbn™ infrastructure, the nbn™ technology or ongoing development work underway to complete construction in your area. There could be a fault on the network that needs to be reported to nbn™ for resolution. Please read to the end of this article before calling our team for further assistance.
One of the most common reasons for slow nbn™ is Wifi performance. Often if your nbn™ Wifi modem is a long way from where you are connecting to it - this can cause a slow nbn™ experience. We always recommend trying to connect your device with an ethernet cable to see if this improves your speed. In some properties you may want to try relocating the nbn™ modem to a more central position. You may also be ...read more
No, More does not charge a fee to change speed on our nbn™ Plans. Feel free to change between plans as much as you need.
To change speed, please give our team a quick call on 1800 733368. Speed changes can usually be processed on the same day as the request is made, so you won't need to wait for your Wifi speed to be taken to the next level....read more
Yes, you can. This might be useful when you are just about to move house and would like to have your modem delivered to your current address, if you don’t yet have access or the ability to receive the modem at the address where you’re getting your service connected.
How do you set this up?
When you’re checking out, there will be a prompt that asks "Is your delivery address for sending equipment the same?"
You can un-tick the box and the delivery address field will come up where you can provide your preferred delivery address.
Important things to note:
If you have already submitted the order and decided to change the delivery address, just make sure the modem has not been dispatched yet – you can check this with the tracking number given to you when you place your order.
If the modem ha ...read more
No, we do not lock our modems. If you were ever to leave you could use these with most other providers....read more
Get ready to welcome to Google Nest Wifi to your home.
You have made a great choice! Google Nest Wifi will:
o blanket your home with strong and reliable WiFi
o update automatically, which means your network stays safe and secure and,
o will effortlessly look at home thanks to its chic design.
When setting up the Google Nest Wifi, there are a few items that need to be ticked off first:
o A Google Nest Wifi router. This will broadcast your WiFi.
o A Google account
o An up-to-date smartphone or tablet such as: Android phone running Android 5.0 and higher, Android tablet running Android 6.0 and higher, or an iPhone ...read more
Google Nest Wifi, a mesh wifi system, provides wifi to your whole house. In terms of functionality, once the Google Nest Wifi system is set up it will result in a stronger and more stable Wifi connection throughout your home.
Please note that Google Nest Wifi is not compatible with FTTN/B connections - if you have such a connection, the Google Nest will need to be plugged into your existing modem - or a modem you purchase from More - in order to work.
A normal nbn™ modem is a single device. For medium to larger homes, a normal modem can restrict Wifi access and the number of devices that need to connect to the modem can impede its functionality. A Mesh system, like Google Nest Wifi, with one Wifi router and one Wifi point will be strong enough to handle up to 200 connected devices and stream multiple 4k videos at a time. Mesh systems are particularly useful with new household devices requiring internet connection including security cameras, speakers, TVs, f ...read more
A Google Nest Wifi router has 2 Ethernet ports. One of the ports connects to the modem's WAN port to receive the internet connection, and the other port can be used to wire a device (laptop, desktop PC, etc. )....read more
Normally 1-3 business days. We also provide a tracking number which is a unique ID number or code assigned to a package or parcel. You can use this number to determine the delivery status and other details of your modem....read more
There are cases when you'll be able to keep using your existing modem, but there are other times when you may need a new modem.
These are the main situations where you should be able to use your modem with a new more nbn™ plan:If you're upgrading from ADSL to FTTN or FTTB NBN and already have a VDSL modem router, it will continue to work. If you're changing nbn™ plans at the same address, you can keep using your current modem or router.
Configuration will be needed to operate your existing modem. To learn how to connect your BYO modem click here....read more
These are the main situations where you may not be able to use your modem with a new More nbn™ plan:If you're upgrading from ADSL to HFC, FTTP, FTTC, Fixed Wireless, or Satellite nbn™, you won't be able to use your existing modem.
If you have just received your NetComm MESH modem hardware, you are no doubt keen to get it powered up!
You can view the quick-start guide on setting up your NF18MESH modem here.
If you have purchased satellite boosters along with your NetComm NF18MESH modem, please take a look at our quick setup guide which will help you get on your way. If you would like to review a more detailed guide you can do so here.
Once you have followed the instructions outlined in t ...read more
You can view your live mobile usage using our customer portal. Please ensure you keep an eye on this if you are worried about exceeding your included usage.
Please note that a usage alert will be sent to you via SMS when you reach 50%, 85% and 100% of your monthly allowance.
All mobile phone voice and data usage allowances reset on the 1st of the month. Note that a usage alert will be sent via SMS at 50%, 85% and 100% of your included usage limit.
All mobile broadband services data usage allowances reset on 1st of the month.
There are a number of things that could cause your bill to look higher than usual or higher than you expect. We’ve written a description of the common reasons below. Please check page 3 of your bill careful and read the below descriptions before reaching out to our team. Hopefully this article will answer your question!
IMPORTANT: If you have just received your first bill you will see two plan fees on Page 3. The smaller plan fee is a partial month or pro-rata plan fee. This one-off fee covers the period from the first day your service was activated through to the start of your billing cycle on the first of the month.
1. Your promotion period may have finished.
All our nbn™ plans have a promotional plan discount that runs for the first 6 months that you are connected with us. If you’re in month 7, then this has likely dropped off. We offer this promotional plan discount to all new customers connecting a property to the nbn™ for the fir ...read more
We require your account is settled monthly using a credit card or bank account direct debit.
Direct debits are processed on the due date specified on the first page of your invoice.
These include: B Pay, Australia Post, EFT, Cheque and credit card over the phone.
Payment of your first month and any modem charges is taken at the time of sign up. The first month sits on your account as a credit until your service is connected....read more
Pre-payment of your first month nbn™ access is taken at the time of sign up. This pre-payment then sits on your account until your nbn™ service is activated.
So, if you order an nbn™ plan on the 10th of the month, and the service is activated on 20th of the month, your pre-payment would cover from 20th of the month through until 19th of the following month....read more
Late payment fees are standard practice amongst Service Providers to cover costs relating to processing late payments.
To avoid incurring this fee, we recommend that you sign up for Direct Debit....read more
More allow you to pay via Visa, MasterCard or American Express (AMEX) with no surcharge whatsoever.
With More you can enjoy earning those credit card points with no charge....read more
Our support team provides our business clients with friendly, first class service if you ever need a hand with your phone system.
We also employ technicians across Australia should you need on-the-ground assistance.
Hosted PBX systems are ideal for businesses both large and small. They offer similar features and functionality of high end PBX phone system at a much lower cost. They are also completely ...read more
After connection to nbnTM has been completed and your nbnTM data service tested, we then despatch your phones. After these are in and tested, we then order the transfer of your advertised telephone numbers to your new nbnTM ready phones.
The nbnTM modem that is included as part of the plan supports Wifi and includes 4 ethernet ports to connect computers using a cable.
If you are looking to get a new line installed at your business premises, there are four available options depending on the site infrastructure:
1. In-place telephone line connection: A working telephone socket exists from a previous connection and a Telstra technician is not required to visit the premises. To help us identify the line that you want to reactivate, it would be helpful if you gave us the previous number that was associated with the line. If you don't know it, it can often be found out by plugging a handset into the line and dialling 127 22 123
2. In-place telephone line connection with technician visit: A previous telephone service existed at your business premises and a Telstra technician is required to visit your site to reconnect existing suitable cabling at the Main Distribution Frame (MDF) or first socket where no Main Distribution Frame exists.
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SIP trunks allow you to make and received multiple calls on one number. This means that you can receive multiple calls on your advertised numbers without needing to pay for full line rental and line hunt charges.
Rather than having a full PSTN line to receive a concurrent call, you can use SIP trunk VOIP channels to receive calls. Everyone in your office can make outbound calls using your advertised number and multiple customers can call in on the same number. You can increase and decrease the number of channels as you need to.
More business SIP trunks can connect to your existing phone system. As calls are carried over the Internet, it means that this product is completely nb ...read more
Business fibre internet is a business grade internet service that is delivered to a business premises using fibre optic technology. Due to fibre being delivered right into the property it means that high internet speeds are available.
On-net fibre refers to a fibre service that is delivered using the AAPT/TPG fibre network. A business property must be connected to this network in order to be able to order a service.
Business Fibre Service Qualification
A service qualification (SQ) check must be completed to determine what service(s) can be delivered to your business. For this to be completed we require your business address and ideally a standard telephone number at the address. After the SQ is performed we can confirm what business fibre services are available to you. We can also advise what maximum speeds are available. When leaving us an enquiry please ensure your business address and telephone number are included so we can get ...read more