We offer super-fast, reliable Internet services across Australia on all networks, including NBNTM,  Opticomm and our privately owned InfiNet fibre networks. 

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The National Broadband Network (NBN) is an Australia-wide project funded by the Federal Government to provide all homes and businesses with a fast, reliable connection to the internet.

The NBN is replacing older copper cable ADSL networks with advanced technology, including fibre optic cables and fixed wireless and satellite connections

OptiComm is Australia’s largest privately owned provider of Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) networks, which is an alternative to the government-owned NBN (National Broadband Network) fibre cable network.

It is one of the few private alternatives to the government-owned NBN (National Broadband Network) fibre cable network that most people are familiar with.

OptiComm operates as a wholesale provider, selling their plans to other internet service providers.

Their infrastructure relies on FTTP technology, directly transmitting internet to individual buildings through fiber optic cables.

Wi-Fi is a means of connecting devices locally, while the Internet is the vast digital ecosystem that these Wi-Fi-connected devices tap into.

You can’t have Wi-Fi without the Internet, but you can access the Internet without Wi-Fi—using wired connections or cellular data

Wi-Fi stands for “Wireless Fidelity.” It refers to a local area network (LAN) that allows devices to connect wirelessly to each other. Wi-Fi enables devices (such as smartphones, laptops, tablets, and smart home devices) to communicate with each other within a limited range

The Internet is a global network of interconnected computers and devices. It spans the entire globe and allows users to access a vast amount of information and services. The Internet enables communication, data exchange, and access to websites, apps, search engines, social media, streaming services, and more.