Halls Gap switched on to National Broadband Network

HALLS GAP is one of the latest towns across Victoria to be switched on to the National Broadband Network.

Halls Gap is one of the latest towns to switch on to the National Broadband Network.

Halls Gap is one of the latest towns to switch on to the National Broadband Network.

An announcement was made last week that a further 16,100 homes and businesses across Victoria had been added to the National Broadband Network rollout schedule this month.

They encompass 15,100 premises in the fixed line footprint where pre-construction activity has begun in parts of Greater Melbourne, Grampians and North East.

The rollout has included the Halls Gap township.

Physical construction is also underway for fixed wireless facilities that will deliver fast broadband to more than 1000 farms, homes and businesses situated outside metropolitan areas.

The latest update to the interactive rollout map on the NBN Co website also shows an additional 15,100 premises in the fixed line footprint have moved from build preparation activities to physical construction in other regions.

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