IDA produces NG-NBN user's guide
Come August, homeowners can look forward to a guide on how they can set up their homes to tap on the ultra high broadband speed delivered over the Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network (NG-NBN).
Developed by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), the guide will offer a summary and comparison of the commonly used options to bringing fibre broadband access to different parts of the house via the Termination Point.
Acting Minister for Community Development, Youths and Sports, and Minister of State for Information, Communication and the Arts, MG(NS) Chan Chun Sing said, “After linking our homes up with the Next Gen NBN, I know that many of us may not know what to do next. This guide will also complement the suite of other fibre installation-related references published by OpenNet and the Retail Service Providers.”
The guide will be made available to the public at IDA’s office, the Infocomm Experience Centre (iExperience) and online at IDA’s website www.ida.gov.sg. Owners of new flats will receive their copies through the Housing Development Board.
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