ATTENTION NBN USERS WHO WANTS TO HAVE THEIR NBN WALL SOCKET IN THE LOCATION OF THEIR CHOICE?
NBN Wall Socket Installation
We are the company Sydney home and business owners trust to install or relocate their NBN socket. We provide this service for all the NBN technologies. FTTC, FTTN, HFC, FTTB, FTTP, Fixed Wireless.
Finally…Have Your NBN Socket In The Spot You Actually Want It!
The wait is over! You don’t have to let NBN install your new NBN socket outlet in a spot that is convenient for them anymore. We can install your new NBN socket in any location of your home or office that you choose. We can even relocate existing sockets that NBN may have already installed when they first did your installation.
In the last 15 years, we’ve fixed thousands of people’s internet problems without a fuss, and we can do the same for you. Getting your socket installed or relocated is a simple as hitting the big red button below. Tell us what date and time suits you, leave us your details, and that’s it. We will turn up and do the rest. Let’s Go!
It’s Real Simple. We Just Show Up And Install Your NBN Socket Where You Want It To Go. No Worries!
If you need to have a new NBN socket installed or relocated, we have you covered. We are ACMA registered technician. This means we have jumped over all the hurdles to become registered cablers with the Australian Communications and Media Authority. So you know you are in good hands.
Getting a new NBN socket has never been easier. Forget the long hours on the phone trying to get NBN to do it, and then eventually find out they won’t. Let us do it for you.
Why Don’t NBN Install the Socket Where I Want It?
Your installer from NBN is responsible for getting your NBN service to either the NBN box on the side of your house or to a socket inside your home. If you would like a new socket location for your service, then the attending installer is required to install a socket up to 1.8 meters from your NBN box on the side of the house. For most people, this isn’t going to work.
Many NBN installers are not trained communications technician. A very high percentage are trained to carry out one designated task within the network. The techs coming to your home would have little to no experience in understanding how to navigate a cable from one location to another if that job was anything but straight forward. So NBN requires you to find a private ACMA registered NBN technician to complete the internal part of your cabling when this is needed.
The NBN Technologies We Work With
HFC Socket Installations.
Do you already have an existing Foxtel cable connection? Then you are already wired for NBN HFC. Any Foxtel wall sockets will be capable of providing your NBN data. Just plug in the black NBN connection box and you should be good to go. Here is a video on how to connect your NBN HFC service.
If you don’t have Foxtel, then your NBN installer will run in a new HFC cable from the street to the NBN box on the side of your home. From here again they will only install a socket 1.8 meters from this box, this is usually a garage or a front-facing bedroom. This is when you would need to have a privately trained ACMA registered technician to attend and complete your socket installation.
FTTC, FTTN, FTTB Socket Installation In Sydney For Homes And Business
If you are looking to get the best out of your hybrid fibre and copper connection, it’s always best to have a single and direct socket dedicated for your NBN service. This will eliminate many potential problems that can occur.
Your NBN service will be using the existing Telstra copper line known as a lead-in cable to bring your service from the street and into your home. Older homes may have a lead-in cable going directly to a socket inside, this is known as the first socket. Then other homes will have a Telstra box on the side of the house where the Telstra lead-in cable will meet your internal cable.
If you have no Telstra box and only have a direct lead-in cable to your wall socket, then this will generally be the place where NBN will connect your service and disconnect all the other internal cables. (well they should anyway)
If you have an existing Telstra box on the side of the house the end of the internal cable leaving the Telstra box would generally be the best place to connect your NBN. It’s always best to have a direct cable to your NBN socket without any other socket in the chain.
Here’s A Brief Outline Of What We Do When Installing Your New NBN Socket.
We Will Install A High-Quality NBN Socket
When installing your new NBN socket we only use top quality Australian standard compliant sockets. Many installers use cheap sockets to save money, not us. We only use top-rated NBN sockets.
Only Use NBN Spec Cables And Parts
We only use the best quality cat6 and coaxial cables in all your installations. Every bit of material used in your NBN socket installation is Australian standard or above.
Setup And Test Your Connection Device And Modem
Once we have completed your installation we will also set up your connection device and modem to make sure everything is functioning in the correct working order.
Provide An Industry Standard Speed Test On Completion
Once we have set up your connection device and modem and we see everything is working how it should be, we will then provide a to the socket speed test, so you know exact speeds.
Free Advice On How To Boost Your WIFI Signal
Once all our NBN socket installation work id completed we can provide you with an assessment on your WIFI signal strength and how we might be able to fix it for you.
Faults on Existing Cabling and Sockets
Many homes may have old sockets and cabling. You may even have the old yellow 610 type socket that will require an adaptor to use with your NBN service. These sockets have been in use before Telstra was even Telstra, we are going back to the days of the Postmaster-General (PMG). They were never designed to carry data for high-speed internet. You would be doing yourself a favour in upgrading from the 610 sockets to a Cat6 RJ45 type socket.
Having a new socket will take one more potential problem out of the circuit, the adaptor. Many of these old 610 sockets have tarnished copper inside that will not make a good connection with whatever is plugged into them.
Many of our clients have been upgrading to new rj45 type sockets to have a more physically secure connection that can eliminate 610 type socket speed issues and dropouts.
Some homes will also have old old cabling that could have been sitting under a damp house for 60 years. Some of this old cabling can have insulation issues that will slow you down or cause potential faults on your service. Upgrading your cable is not a bad idea for NBN especially just for the NBN socket.
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Just Some Of The Businesses That Trust Us With Their Internet Services
We are your the best private NBN technician service you will find anywhere. We are ACMA registered technician who have been servicing our Sydney clients for over 15 years. We can do the same for you.
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