Telstra Velocity is now part of Opticomm: Here's what that means

Telstra Velocity is now part of Opticomm. It uses Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) technology that brings high-speed internet connection, phone, and TV services on a single connection.

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As part of ongoing efforts to improve network and services for customers, Telstra Velocity consolidated into the Opticomm Networks brand.

Nothing will change for existing customers - their connections will still work the same, and they will continue to be supported by the same support team they’ve always dealt with.

At Compare Broadband, we have connected customers to the Opticomm Networks and if you want to learn more, contact us and get connected.


Last updated 20/02/2024
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Telstra Velocity Network

In Australia, you have various Internet options like fixed-line, fixed wireless, and mobile SIM-only plans. The NBN is the go-to for fixed-line connections, but it can slow down during peak times.

Recently, Telstra Velocity announced a move to the Opticomm upgraded network. This transition will happen region by region over approximately 13 months.

Opticomm is a wholesale subsidiary of Uniti Group Limited, offering various fibre access solutions. When the transition is done, you'll enjoy faster speeds with the Opticomm network while keeping your Velocity plan. Telstra will ensure a smooth transition to minimise disruptions.

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Is Telstra Velocity the same as NBN?

No, Telstra Velocity is an alternative to the National Broadband Network (NBN). It delivers faster speeds and experiences than traditional copper-based networks.

How fast is Telstra Velocity?

Currently, you'll enjoy typical busy period speeds (7-11pm) of 25Mbps on the Standard speed tier and 80Mbps on the Premium speed tier.

What happens to my home phone with Telstra Velocity?

Telstra Velocity is a broadband service that does not include any home phone services. If you need a home phone, you will have to purchase one separately.

Why did Telstra sell its South Brisbane and Velocity Networks?

Telstra sold its South Brisbane and Velocity Networks to OptiComm in 2020 as part of a major restructuring of its business. This decision was made to focus on delivering its leading 5G network across Australia—which is the next generation of mobile technology.

Do I need a technician to install Telstra Velocity?

No, you won’t need a technician to install Telstra Velocity. You can plug in your modem and get connected right away. However, if you want to access the full range of speeds offered by the service, it is recommended that you have a qualified technician do the installation.

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