Renting a property with ADSL cable connection. Receiving letters must go to NBN, but owners do not want the infrastructure mounted on their house. I appreciate the owners perspective but still need a solution.
CHecked to see if 5G was available but unfortunately it appears not available.
Tired of receiving "you must connect NBN before date XYZ or you will be cut off"
You obviously know what your relationship is like with your landlord but they can't stop you from getting the NBN as that is also how landline services are provided and they are deemed an essential service so you can push it if you really want it.
Otherwise, from an Optus perspective your alternative is Home Wireless Broadband - https://www.optus.com.au/broadband-nbn/wireless-broadband
A landlord can't reasonably refuse a minor alteration (And things like installing PayTV and Phone lines etc. are considered minor).
Have you confirmed what type of NBN technology your house will get?
An NBN connection would normally be considered quite valuable to a landlord
Note removing the connection when you leave will cost around $500 or so, although hopefully by that time the Landlord would be happy enough to let it stay in place.
What postcode are you in?
I was cryptically referring to getting a 4G wireless modem and can take that/transfer to next building if needed. Sorry, not been that clear.
$500 to have NBN removed is a deciding factor.
Currently a happy Optus customer and have been for more than 20 years. I want to also want to maintain my Optus email accounts.
I have a Telstra 4G mobile and the service drops regularly so that isnt an option.