Four areas in Dubbo are under construction for NBN and another three are in the build preparation stage. Photo: NBN ROLLOUT MAPThe rollout of the NBN in Dubbo has progressed further with an additional area moving into the ‘build commenced’ stage.
NBN Co corporate affairs manager NSW/ACT Kelly Stevens said an area in north Dubbo, which includes the racecourse, Dubbo Hospital and Charles Sturt University campus, has progressed from ‘build preparation’ to ‘build commenced’.
“There are four areas under construction and another three in what we call build preparation,” Ms Stevens said.
‘Build commenced’ is classified as an area where NBN has issued contract instructions to construction partners so they can start work in the area.
Ms Stevens said Dubbo was progressing really well with everything on schedule.
“Once construction starts it usually takes 12 months until it’s ready to be connected,” she said.
All of the city is now classified as either in the ‘build preparation’ or ‘build commenced’ stage. After ‘build commenced’ the next stage is ‘service available’.
Ms Stevens said once NBN started in a town they stayed until it was finished, with NBN being delivered to each module as it was ready.
More than nine million homes and businesses in Australia are expected to be ready to connect to the NBN network by 2018.
There are also 4.4 million families and business owners who are expected to be active on the network, an eight-fold increase from the current number of NBN users.
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