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I had FTTN installed approximately two years ago but due to the slowness, I paid out the contract just to get rid of it and use a mobile wifi modem which is great however with having to work from home now and NETFLIX etc the data is sucking up. I was told by Telstra with the wifi modem I have I can only get 100GB, only if you have a line into your house is when you can get unlimited data?? Because I cancelled it, if I choose to reactive it will I have to go through the whole process again having FTTN installed? The cable is still in place outside the house where it was originally installed, so would it be a matter of contacting a provider and they will sort it? Hope that makes sense, I am not sure how all this works.

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Re: NBN

It should just be a matter of contacting an RSP and getting the FTTN reconnected. You should not have to pay NBN a $300 new connection fee but depending on your RSP they might charge and installation fee.

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Re: NBN

It should just be a matter of contacting an RSP and getting the FTTN reconnected. You should not have to pay NBN a $300 new connection fee but depending on your RSP they might charge and installation fee.

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