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Mount Magnet Fixed Wireless internet.

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Everything you need to know about Node One Fixed Wireless.

What is Fixed Wireless?

Our Fixed Wireless is the high-speed alternative to conventional household internet, such as nbn™ and ADSL. Traditionally, your internet will be delivered to your home through cables in the ground, and these cables can be old, worn out, and expensive to fix.

With Fixed Wireless, NodeOne bypasses these legacy networks by installing an antenna at your home or business which talks wirelessly to one of our communications towers, which can be located up to 30km away.

No phone line and no NBN required! Simply plug your router into the professionally-installed data point in your wall, and prepare for life in the fast lane.

What will my Fixed Wireless setup look like?

We will install a small antenna to the roof of your building which then wirelessly connects to one of our towers nearby.

Your router is then connected to the power outlet and from there, connects your wifi to your devices. Enjoy!

What speed suits my home needs?

Need some help selecting a service?

30/10Mbps (1-3 users)

  • web browsing
  • emails
  • gaming
  • some streaming
  • some downloads

60/20Mbps (1-5 users)

  • web browsing
  • emails
  • gaming
  • medium level streaming
  • lots of uploads and downloads

120/20Mbps (1-9+ users)

  • web browsing
  • emails
  • gaming
  • heavy streaming
  • lots of uploads and downloads
How is Fixed Wireless different to ADSL?

ADSL is a type of internet connection that transmits data through existing copper phone lines and is the most basic form of broadband.

There are three versions – ADSL (ADSL1), ADSL2 and ADSL2+. Each one provides a faster and better internet connection than the last.

If ADSL is available where you live, there will only be one version to choose from. Traditional ADSL only has a maximum download speed of 8Mbps, while faster ADSL2+ has max download speeds up to 24Mbps.

The N1 Fixed Wireless, on the other hand, has speed tiers starting at 30Mbps all the way up to 150Mbps.

ADSL2+’s maximum theoretical speeds are 24Mbps for download, and 1Mbps for upload. (24/1Mbps) Your actual internet speeds will be determined by how far your home is from your local exchange (the building where your suburb is connected to the wider internet) and the state of the copper-wiring running down your street.

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