nbn local manager, Southern Queensland - nbn
nbn increases Sky Muster™ data allowances, enhances Sky Muster™ Plus

NBN Co has unveiled new measures to support increasing capacity and data demand for nbn satellite services in regional and remote Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic.

nbn™ Sky Muster™ data download limits significantly increased

Effective from 31 March for a limited period of up to three months, nbn will increase the download data limits that apply to RSPs for the standard nbn™ Sky Muster™ service, providing an additional 45GB for each standard nbn™ Sky Muster™ service at no additional cost to those RSPs.

This additional 45GB will allow RSPs, in some cases, to effectively double the average monthly download limits on retail plans offered to many of their customers.

Enhancements to nbn™ Sky Muster™ Plus

Available from 1 April on an ongoing basis, enhancements for nbn™ Sky Muster™ Plus plans will include an expansion of unmetered content. Once these enhancements take effect, all traffic on nbn™ Sky Muster Plus plans will be unmetered, except for video streaming and traffic via a VPN, both of which will continue to be metered.

For the latest updates, visit nbn.com.au/workingfromhome or click on the image below.

nbn local manager, Southern Queensland - nbn
nbn waives additional wholesale capacity charges of up to 40 percent for 3 month

NBN Co will waive charges for additional capacity of up to 40 percent to Retail Service Providers (RSPs) for at least three months to help them support Australian residential and business nbn customers.

The additional capacity pricing relief applies to all fixed line, fixed wireless and satellite nbn technologies.

From Monday 23 March NBN Co offered retailers access to pricing relief for up to 40 per cent more Connectivity Virtual Circuit (CVC) capacity as required to help meet demand over time at no additional cost.

This announcement follows weeks of detailed planning and assessment by nbn’s engineers on the network’s capabilities to effectively meet Australia’s growing broadband requirements as more people choose to spend more time at home working, studying, shopping, and streaming entertainment content.

Visit nbn.com.au/workingfromhome or click on the logo for more information.