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Long Jetty 08
Long Jetty, Toowoon Bay, Blue Bay
Fixed-Line Service Area Module
|Primary Rollout Status (2LJT-08)|
|Status||Ready for Service (Copper Switched Off)|
|Ready For Service||Unknown (accurate as at 06 Jul 2018)|
|Build Commenced||Sep 2014|
|Preparation Commenced||May 2014|
|More info »|
|Serving Area Module Details|
|Service Area Module||2LJT-08 BF GF|
|Construction Region||New South Wales North 2|
|Service Area||2LJT (Long Jetty)|
|Point of Interconnect||2BLV (Berkeley Vale )|
|Connectivity Service Area||
(Berkeley Vale CSA)
Rollouts in this module
- Greenfields FTTP
- Not available
- Greenfields FTTP
- 07 Jun 2016
This 2LJT-08 Service Area Module (SAM) is a geographical subset of premises within the wider Long Jetty Service Area (SA). This SAM, which covers parts of Long Jetty, Toowoon Bay, Blue Bay, may contain several "rollout regions" which corresponds with the physical construction of the network.
For example, rollouts in new developments (also known as greenfields) may list as separate rollout regions above as they are constructed in separate timeframes.
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