NBN Classes Guide

Guide to NBN Service Classes

NBN Classes Guide

Service Class


Service Class Definition


Service Class 0

The site is planned to be serviced by fibre

Service Class 1

The site is serviceable by fibre, with no PCD or NTD in place

Service Class 2

The site is serviceable by fibre, PCD is installed, no NTD in place

Service Class 3

The site is serviceable by fibre, PCD and NTD are installed

Service Class 4

The site is planned to be serviceable by fixed wireless NBN

Service Class 5

The site is serviceable by fixed wireless NBN, no antenna or NTD in place

Service Class 6

The site is serviceable byu fixed wireless NBN, antenna and NTD are installed

Service Class 7

The site is planned to be serviceable by satellite

Service Class 8

The site is serviced by satellite (dish/NTD not installed)

Service Class 9

The site is services by satellite (dish/HTD already installed)

Service Class 10

Site is planned to be serviceable by copper (FTTN or FTTB)

Service Class 11

Site is serviceable by copper, copper lead-in required

Service Class 12

Site is serviceable by copper, jumpering is required

Service Class 13

Site is serviceable by copper, all infrastructure is in place.

Service Class 20

The site is planned to be serviceable by cable (HFC).

Service Class 21

The property is within the HFC footprint, no drop, wall plate or NTD

Service Class 22

The property is within the HFC footprint, drop in place, no wall plate or NTD

Service Class 23

The property is within the HFC footprint, drop and wall plate in place, no NTD

Service Class 24

The property is within the HFC footprint, drop, wall plate and NTD in place.

Service Class 30

The property will be serviced by FTTC technology.

Notes:
For reference the PCD is the Premises Connection Device. This is a box that is installed on the outside of a property.

The NTD is the Network Termination Device and this is installed inside a property.

HFC stands for Hybrid Coaxial Cable - this is the existing cable network that is used to deliver cable TV to some homes in Australia.