Improved Broadband Infrastructure

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Broadband availability in Casey is patchy, frustrating for householders and stifling business development. We want to hear your experiences and your ideas on steps that can be taken to improve broadband access in your area.

As Victoria's largest municipality, the City of Casey needs to be considered an urgent priority for improved broadband infrastructure.

As the Federal Government and the National Broadband Company (NBN Co) roll out NBN infrastructure across Australia, the City of Casey is advocating for early inclusion in this implementation process to provide affordable and equitable broadband access for all Casey residents.


Broadband availability in

Broadband availability in Casey is patchy, frustrating for householders and stifling business development. We want to hear your experiences and your ideas on steps that can be taken to improve broadband access in your area.

As Victoria's largest municipality, the City of Casey needs to be considered an urgent priority for improved broadband infrastructure.

As the Federal Government and the National Broadband Company (NBN Co) roll out NBN infrastructure across Australia, the City of Casey is advocating for early inclusion in this implementation process to provide affordable and equitable broadband access for all Casey residents.


Broadband availability in Casey is patchy, frustrating for householders and stifling business development. We want to hear your experiences and your ideas on steps that can be taken to improve broadband access in your area.

As Victoria's largest municipality, the City of Casey needs to be considered an urgent priority for improved broadband infrastructure.

As the Federal Government and the National Broadband Company (NBN Co) roll out NBN infrastructure across Australia, the City of Casey is advocating for early inclusion in this implementation process to provide affordable and equitable broadband access for all Casey residents.

With more than 19,500 businesses in the municipality, many of them home-based operations, broadband access is a critical issue. To maintain efficiency, productivity and growth, these businesses need fast and reliable internet access.

With approximately 40,000 primary and secondary students in Casey, families also need and deserve access to broadband to maximise educational outcomes for Casey's young people.

Since 2007, the City of Casey has maintained a Broadband Internet Registry.

Casey residents and businesses experiencing difficulties in connecting to ADSL, cable or other high speed internet are encouraged to register their details to build a body of evidence which Council can use in support the argument that Casey needs additional broadband infrastructure as soon as possible.

The City of Casey is advocating for improved infrastructure to provide affordable, ubiquitous broadband access for all Casey residents. Residents experiencing difficulty accessing broadband services are encouraged to add their details to the broadband register on Council's website.

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