In good news for residents in the QV1, the Conservatory and the Aurora apartments in the Melbourne CBD, DGtek’s fibre-to-the-home broadband internet network is now live.
The service is already available to residents of the QV1 and installation has commenced at the Conservatory and Aurora, with the buildings to be connection-ready within the next month. Residents should contact DGtek or one of its authorised resellers to arrange connection.
“The connection of DGtek’s network to these landmark Melbourne buildings is just the first step for our rapidly expanding network. We’re excited that more customers will shortly be experiencing DGtek’s unparalleled ultra-fast network and see for themselves the benefits a reliable fibre internet connection can bring” said David Klizhov, DGtek’s CEO.
Launched in 2014, DGtek owns and operates an ultra-fast fibre optic network completely independent from other providers and, with speeds of up to 10Gbps, offers a service 10 times faster than the NBN. The reliability of the DGtek service is also unparalleled, reporting 99.9 per cent service availability with no dropouts or congestion issues.
With more Victorians working from home due to COVID-19, DGtek’s service avoids bandwidth and congestion issues by offering fast, symmetrical and reliable broadband to customers at very attractive prices.
DGtek currently provides ultra-fast, direct fibre service to homes and businesses across Melbourne CBD and South-East suburbs, including Port/South Melbourne, St Kilda, Elwood, Bentleigh and Moorabbin.