Petition to NBN.Co
Faster NBN for Australian residents!
As it stands NBN or FIbre optic internet speeds are unstable. This is due to NBN charging far too much for the distribution of its bandwidth. We don't want to have dismal internet anymore. We want NBN.co to lower their fees for bandwidth or the government to implicate a benefit to ISP's regarding the purchase of bandwidth to ensure every body in Australia gets exactly what we are paying for!
Petition to NBN Australia, Telstra, Bill Morrow, Malcolm Turnbull
NBN Process And Outcome Extremely Disappointing And Uncomprehensible For This Day And Age.
The provision of a' one chance only' for signal testing for NBN availability is not fair. We were given one chance and told ' no signal', therefore had only the satellite option. Following satellite installation, we independently paid someone who was able to find a sufficient signal within ten minutes. Yes, we had a signal, but the first testers did not find it!!!!! apparently not that hard. Our chances of having wireless NBN were diminished because we had satellite installed. We now have no internet because the affordability of internet through satellite is ridiculous. I am in year 7 and need it for a lot of my work. It's hard without it. Very hard. NBN will now not install wireless NBN to our property at all because we had the satellite installed even though there is a signal there. The tower is 4.5km away!!!! Mum and dad have tried hard for me to get it installed. Emails, constant phone calls etc, only to be told case closed, case closed, there's nothing else you can do. I have to go to the town library to use the internet, but sometimes I can't because it is closed when I finish sports training.... It's really hard for me to do the best I can in my studies because of this. Many people can't believe that we have no internet, because it is unbelievable in this day and age... We are stuck, with no one to help us! The solution is easy. We have the signal ( something that should have been found by the first testers and this would not have been a big issue in our lives), so why can't we have the wireless NBN service installed? That's all that is needed... a strong signal. WE HAVE IT!
Petition to NBN Co, Telstra , Telstra
A high speed Fixed Wireless broadband tower for The Channon and outlying communities
We the residents of The Channon and outlying communities (Terania Creek, Tuntable Creek and Whian Whain) are sick of suffering slow broadband speeds. Current DSL services have been left untouched for up to 8 years with no improvements made what-so-ever. In this time the amount of residents connected to the single exchange in The Channon has grown exponentially. Those of us currently using the service are getting anywhere from 8 to 10 times slower speeds than what is advertised, in some cases less than 1 megabit (1mbps). We have also for some time been at a point where some residents cannot even get connection to the internet due to a lack of available slots on the exchange. This needs to change now. We are requesting that a Fixed Wireless (FTTN) tower is installed near 34 Standing Street, The Channon NSW 2480. In the very unlikely event that a Fixed Wireless tower is not seen as a viable option, we request that an alternative and equally suitable solution that covers the residents in these areas, is carried out as soon as possible. A Fixed Wireless tower at the aforementioned location would provide cheap high speed internet and a stable home phone service to the entire community of The Channon, approximately 550 residents. The tower would also serve approximately 300 Residents in Terania Creek, 350 residents in the Tuntable Creek area and 200 Residents in Whian Whian. ___________________________________________________________ Some benefits of being on the NBN include: It's cheaper. In fact, it's a whole lot cheaper. Up to 50% cheaper. Because the NBN (National Broadband Network) plans are all government subsidised you can expect less expensive home phone and broadband bills. March 2017 - The Cheapest NBN Plans It's up to fifty (50) times faster than the DSL you are using now. At the bare minimum it's 12 times faster, but average speeds are anywhere from 25 times faster to 50 times faster than the internet speeds you are experiencing now. How fast is the NBN? It's future-proof. NBN infrastructure and plans will be upgraded and improved before any other kind of broadband or telephone service. This is due to newer technology and also as a result of increased government funding. More money and better technology available means faster and better results and progress. NBN Progress Plan You have a huge array of choices for an ISP on the NBN network. Being on the NBN means that you will now have the ability to shop around for a better deal on your broadband. Instead of being limited to very few ISPs that still offer the current DSL we are all using, you'll have over 50 different providers to choose from, meaning you can find the perfect plan to suit your needs. NBN Fixed Wireless Providers ISPs on the NBN do not impose excess charges for exceeding your download or upload quota. If your plan even has a quota limit, your speed will just be slowed temporarily for the rest of your billing month. You can forget about the weather ever interfering with your call quality again. Many of us suffer terrible connection quality in our landlines after rain, and some suffer issues with the connection regardless of the weather. On the NBN your calls are routed wirelessly in the same way your internet is so you never have to worry about the weather affecting the quality of your call. You'll be finally able to say goodbye to your home phone (If you want). Because the NBN Fixed Wireless service does not require a working physical copper wire line, those who wish to remove their home phone in favour of using their mobile(s) will be able to and save money accordingly whilst still being able to enjoy home broadband. ________________________________________________________ Additionally it won't cost you anything. We've already well and truly paid for the service. None of us will have to pay a cent to have the Fixed Wireless tower installed. For those tin foil hat residents among us. Wireless Signals do not have adverse health affects and will not give you or your kids cancer or headaches. In fact, Australia arguably has some of the strictest laws in the world governing the safe use of radio-frequencies: Australian Government Wi-Fi and Health Wi-Fi is not harming our children, here's the evidence Scientists say that Wifi won't give your kids cancer 3G & 4G Health Factor Human Exposure to Radiofrequency Energy Are there health risks to using Wi-Fi? No evidence to support harmful wireless signals WHO Organisation - Study on Wireless Health Wi-Fi Health Scare Tactics are Clickbait Reality Check: Your Wi-Fi isn't dangerous For those of you who are seriously paranoid, I suggest doing some thorough reading and directing your 'campaigning energy' into a cause like banning CSG mining. Thanks. ____________________________________________________________ When this petition gets enough signatures I will personally forward it to all relevant parties.
Petition to NBN Co
NBN fix Kingaroy's congestion issue !
NBN Co, Kingaroy has a 28% take up of the NBN of those households eligible to connect. Communication between NBN Co and my RSP has discovered the abysmal speeds I experience (1.7Mbps connection on a 50Mbps plan) is due to the congestion on the Fisher St tower in Kingaroy. NBN have issued upgrade service notifications for the tower in recent weeks however there has been NO UPGRADE to the speed of the service. I am a local school teacher and very regularly have parents vent their frustration of their children not being able to complete assignments at home due to the poor quality and unstable connection they experience. I have written several letters to my local federal MP, David Littleproud, and other concerned politicians as well as featured in an article in my local APN newspaper. I will continue to publicise the issue until an adequate resolution has been achieved. If NBN Co and LNP want more support in regional QLD then trying to have a higher 'buy-in' than 28% of eligible households should be achieved. Why would the remaining 72% want to connect when you can't even handle the congestion of a quarter of the load ? There is not much future thought (if any thoughts) happening here by your technicians. Local paper article with statistics: https://www.southburnetttimes.com.au/news/low-pick-up-rate-for-nbn-in-south-burnett/3144534/ My Connection: http://imgur.com/a/AWaK1 One of three letters I have written to MPs: http://imgur.com/a/mUISh