Just wondering im in a NBN FTTN area and im wondering if its possible to get fibre all the way to the house (NBN FTTP) instead. Ive heard some bad things about FTTN and am willing to pay to get it done. Not sure if this is a TPG thing or a NBN thing.
I've asked that question before and was told that it is not possible as the NBN Co. only provide the available service in the area (FTTN/FTTP/HFC/Fixed wireless/FTTB).
That's from any RSP's/ISP's, BUT check this out:
In the discussion, they talked about the TC (Technology Choice) prog of NBN and was given some quotation to change their current service to FTTP.
Try to visit NBN website: https://www.nbnco.com.au/learn-about-the-nbn/network-technology/technology-choice-program.html
You can apply to NBN to get a technology switch, but as far as I'm aware there's a $660 fee just to have a quote done, and then the quoted amount is generally in the high '000s based on distance from the nearest node.
Not a bargain at all.