Please be patient as this is a very time consuming task. We use this to help:
* Determine if your property or location is likely to receive a NBN Fixed Wireless signal, if you are close to the purple area when you type your address in here : http://www.nbnco.com.au/learn-about-the-nbn/rollout-map.html * Get a nbn LOCID (Location ID) assigned to the correct location.* Determine what mobile broadband towers are near you.* Establish if an alternative non NBN provider services your area.* Inform you of the best connection to suit your needs.
Please Note: nbn Fixed Wireless only extends 14km & needs LINE OF SIGHT to your premises, if you are further than that from the nbn tower or the FW receiver can not 'see' the tower, you may need to consider a non standard installation. This is where the receiver is installed inside the footprint, and beamed to your premises, this will be an extra cost to you. If you want BIRRR to consider a non standard location, please give us the GPS coordinates of that location.
Please ensure you have your correct address (including locality) and co-ordinates before filling in this form. Co-ordinates should be in this format: -23.295476, 146.713776
Tips on how to get your GPS coordinates are on our website and also available here: http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Latitude-and-Longitude-from-Google-Maps
BIRRR no longer contacts nbn directly regarding fixed wireless service classes. Once you have received your BIRRR desk check you need to send this to nbn ( email@example.com ) with wording similar to below:
"Please pass on to the nbn department that reviews marginal nbn fixed wireless installations. Can you change to Service Class 5 as our house is within a 14KM serviceable distance from the Fixed Wireless tower, with clear line of site as can been seen by the line of sight test in the attached document."
The BIRRR team highly recommend reading the notes on our website if your service class is changed to be fixed wireless eligible and before an installer visits to do a signal test.https://birrraus.com/2015/11/15/nbn-fixed-wireless-standard-and-non-standard-installations/