May 21, 2021

A series of community and business-related events will be held in the South Burnett as part of a state-wide campaign by NBN to target 50 towns in 50 days.

NBN Local Queensland satellite trucks will crisscross the State, covering more than 11,700km.

Head of NBN Local Queensland, Kylie Lindsay, urged South Burnett residents and businesses to come along and learn how to get the best out of their internet, improve their digital capability, select the right service for their needs, troubleshoot problems and provide insight into what does and does not work well for them.

“We are really keen to hear from all corners of Queensland about what we should keep doing, but also what we can be doing better,” Ms Lindsay said.

“A big part of our role is to take back into the business ideas and suggestions from on the ground to improve service offerings and experiences, as well as the further development of regional infrastructure.”

NBN Local will be at the Goomeri Pumpkin Festival on Sunday, May 30, followed by:

  • May 31 – Murgon (10:30am-noon) – BIEDO offices in Gore Street
  • May 31 – Kingaroy (2:30pm-4:30pm) at the Council Library followed by presentations at Rotary and Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce meetings in the evening
  • June 1 – Kilkivan (10:30am-noon) – Town Hall

Anderssons Fruit Market for quality fruits and vegetables

One Response to "NBN Seeks Feedback"

  1. Serena  May 23, 2021

    The NBN is a con just like digital TV, Get digital TV, they said; be great, they said.

    At least you could hear analogue if you had snow & sure you had to move your head in time with the picture if it was rolling but you could still see or hear it, but digital tv will pixelate or drop signal so there is nothing -always at the most exciting part of your show,

    As for NBN, it was good when it started THE roll out but too many connections now so slow, buffers, error messages trying to download.

    So far behind the rest of the world with fibre optic to the node, Australians should be embarrassed & the fixed fees we pay for service but the ACCC says it is not price fixing, like they say about fuel…

    But the consciousness is expanding & people will vote with their feet more.

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