Hi Walter, yes it is NBN to the premises.

Regards

Peter.
> On 20 Sep 2016, at 7:38 PM, FW <whae...@iinet.net.au> wrote:
> 
> do you have NBN to the premises ?
> We have NBN to the house via iiNet and it is usually around 23Mbps on a 
> 25Mbps plan here in Booragoon.
> For some reason when streaming overseas TV channels it is often stop-start, 
> especially in the evening. I have 
> been told the ISP can “throttle” that type of streaming mode. Anyone has the 
> same experience ?
> 
> Cheers
> Walter
> 
> *****************************
> 
> 
>> On 20 Sep 2016, at 19:20 , Peter Crisp <petercr...@westnet.com.au> wrote:
>> 
>> Just recently I made the swing over to NBN. I am with Westnet, and against 
>> quite a bit of online negative sentiment, I elected to remain with Westnet - 
>> simply because email migration for 5 people in my family and many 
>> associations with our email addresses with providers was a greater deterrent 
>> than the online sentiment. 
>> 
>> The conversion was completely seamless for us. It was very straightforward 
>> and without hiccup. This was the main area of online unhappiness with 
>> Westnet - the conversion from ADSL to NBN.
>> 
>> Having made the change about a month ago - and as I work away from home 
>> where the provision exists, I thought I’d do a speediest over the weekend 
>> just gone. I did the speed test using the Speedtest app on my iPad attached 
>> to my 5GHz network from my Time Capsule connected via ethernet connection to 
>> the NBN Modem. On the weekend on a number of separate occasions I got 
>> Download speeds of between 2 Mbps to 7  Mbps. I am away again now and I got 
>> my son to re-run the test. He got 2.34 Mbps (wirelessly using his Macbook) 
>> and 11 Mbps using his Macbook with an Ethernet cable directly connected to 
>> the TM port.
>> 
>> I decided upon commencement I would opt for the 100 Mbps plan as it was only 
>> $10/mth more than the 25 Mbps plan out of the box from Westnet.
>> 
>> At best, it is no better than the ADSL1+ Turbo plan I had previously (ADSL2 
>> service wasn’t available in my area in Mandurah). 
>> 
>> Yes, I know there is the fine print stating I should not expect to get 100 
>> Mbps due a litany of excuses - I am not even able to achieve half of the 
>> cheaper plan. What is the point. There has been no point since I swapped 
>> over where a Speedtest has resulted in maybe slightly close to 50 Mbps. This 
>> is my experience.
>> 
>> I’ve down full power off restarts numerous times too, I spoke with Westnet 
>> on the weekend and I got a lame “oh, there seems to be slow NBN in WA at the 
>> moment”. 
>> 
>> Anyone out there with similar experience and course of action recommendation?
>> 
>> 
>> Peter Crisp
>> petercr...@westnet.com.au
>> 
>> 
>> 
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