NBN and online gaming
When you get connected to NBN with Optus, you’re not just signing up for superfast broadband internet.
You’re logging on to a new world of possibilities in online gaming that all starts when you sign up for one of our data-full NBN plans. #getgaming
Play in high definition
We know gaming has gone next-gen. And Mario isn’t a pixelated plumber anymore.
Just look at the awesome things that happened at E3 2015!
With Optus NBN, you’ll have access to a reliable, superfast network that’s capable of supporting multiple devices.
Battle it out multiplayer-style
The fibre-optic cables that are used to get NBN surging through Australia are designed to deal with multiple users much better than the current situation. This means that when you’re trying to regroup and coordinate with other players online, you won’t have to worry about a slow, unreliable connection. #speedoflight
Instead, you can focus your worries on completing your next mission. #goals
Online gaming, meet superfast NBN
Reliable as well
When you get stuck into a game, you shouldn’t have to worry about whether your internet speed can keep up with your lightning-fast reflexes.
To take advantage of blistering NBN speed when you’re playing games online, we recommend adding one of our NBN Speed Packs to our flexible NBN plans. That way you can enjoy lightning-fast internet speed as well as unlimited data for all your game content! #NBNistherealmvp
Get gaming on multiple devices
The only thing better than online gaming with NBN is being able to do it on multiple devices at the same time!
NBN Fibre is able to deal with internet traffic a lot better than ADSL2+ while still giving you high-speed broadband internet.
So connect with your friends and start your next adventure online without worrying about your internet speed slowing down, especially when you add on one of our superfast NBN Speed Packs. #keepeveryonehappy
Want to talk NBN?
If you want to know more about the NBN rollout and how to get connected to NBN, you can get in touch with one of our friendly team members:
Speed: The range of speeds above are only an indication of what you may experience on your service. The speed you will experience depends on a number of factors including your access type, demand on the Network and local conditions such as internet traffic, your line condition, your hardware and software, the data source or destination and your location which can interfere with reception and speed.