'This is paramount': Homes, businesses set for faster and more reliable internet

Layton Holley
May 16 2024 - 2:30pm
Albury mayor Kylie King, head of NBN local NSW Tom O'Dea, Albury Business Connect general manager Glen Robinson and Business NSW Murray Riverina Partnerships manager Shanna McDonald met in Albury to discuss the impact of NBN's new fibre upgrade. Picture by Layton Holley
Albury mayor Kylie King, head of NBN local NSW Tom O'Dea, Albury Business Connect general manager Glen Robinson and Business NSW Murray Riverina Partnerships manager Shanna McDonald met in Albury to discuss the impact of NBN's new fibre upgrade. Picture by Layton Holley

Border homes and businesses are set to benefit from faster and more reliable internet access as NBN Co rolls out its new upgrade.

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Layton Holley

Layton Holley

Journalist

Layton is a journalist at The Border Mail. He is interested in profiles, features, and hard news. If you have a story please reach out to him at layton.holley@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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