Re: About Demolition Disconnecting NBN2
Mar 01, 2021 4:03 pm
Hi mate, I went through the same process last year when demolishing. We had to submit an online form to NBN and a case officer replied about a week later. It costed us $410 to remove the assets for FttC (fibre to the curb). I imagine the price will be different depending on the type of NBN you are abolishing.
Surprisingly, unlike gas and electricity, I did not need to submit any proof of title/ownership so I was able to schedule the removal on the week of settlement of the property. With gas/electricity, I was not even allowed to submit any requests until the property was settled/titled in my name.
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