Our QCN Fibre stories
Better internet makes a difference. It helps us to keep local jobs. It supports online health and education services. It keeps us connected to our friends and family around the world. And being connected helps us to grow our state and our economy both now and in the future.
Faster and sharper priced internet in Toowoomba means the RSPCA’s new Darling Downs animal shelter will be in a better place to support the care and re-homing of rescued animals in the region.
Businesses in the Darling Downs have received a significant boost to their online capability, enabling them to compete on an even playing field with their metropolitan counter-parts for new business opportunities and paving the way for the road to economic recovery.
Goondiwindi-based agtech company InFarm will be in a better place to leverage its artificial intelligence expertise to help farmers not only in the region but across the globe when faster and sharper-priced internet comes to the outback town in southern Queensland.
Businesses across the Wide Bay Burnett region are poised for growth with better internet coming to the area thanks to the Queensland Government opening up its underused fibre-optic infrastructure and the support of a local business development group.
A Bundaberg-based disability support service provider is set to better service existing clients and expand its offerings to reach out to more people living with disabilities thanks to improved and better priced internet.
A Queensland owned and operated licensed telecommunications carrier providing connectivity solutions to regional, rural and remote communities in Australia and New Zealand is set to help more of the state’s farmers adopt agricultural technology solutions (AgTech) to improve efficiency and profitability and achieve growth.
Townsville based data centre, cloud and connectivity services provider iseek is set to deliver on its mission to improve services for businesses in regional and remote Queensland, thanks to improved internet services from an alliance with QCN Fibre.
Improved internet connectivity for the Mackay region will mean local blogger, podcast producer and online educator, Leanne Drew can share her material with a broader audience and help her clients spread their message globally.
Faster internet will enable Rockhampton business Gideon Town Planning to deliver more efficient and timely development advice to its client base spread throughout regional Queensland.
Last updated: 12 Aug 2020