You can make the most of the NBN thanks to partnership

COFFS Coast computer service company Computer Troubleshooters has partnered with Clarence Valley company ANT Communications to supply NBN services to the broader region.

"We were so delighted to be at the NBN launch last week," Wayne Inglis from ANT said.

"We have signed up our first Coffs Harbour NBN client and we hope there will be many more to come"

As a long-term player in the satellite and remote telecommunications industry, ANT has the technical knowledge and expertise to deliver superior services to clients.

"Our culture is about support and about looking after local customers.

"When you call us, we are, literally, up the road, not off-shore.

"And by partnering with Computer Troubleshooters it means that there is someone here, on the ground in Coffs Harbour for you to talk to to ensure you select the best plan to meet your requirements."

For further information visit or drop into Computer Troubleshooters at the Northside Shopping Centre for information and advice.

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