Who is NuSkope?
NuSkope is an Internet Service Provider based in South Australia that specialises in high-speed Fixed Wireless broadband. Unlike other Internet Service Providers, NuSkope owns their entire network, it's completely separate from National Broadband Network (NBN) and is not dependent on the local telephone exchange carrier, phone wires, or cables.
NuSkope Fixed Wireless
How does NuSkope Fixed Wireless work?
NuSkope fixed wireless uses Line-of-Sight Point-to-Point and Point-to-multipoint radio technology. A radio dish is mounted to the roof of a premises and is faced in the direction of a nearby NuSkope Internet radio tower, and if the line-of-sight is clear with no obstructions, a high-speed internet service is delivered to the premises.
The data is the delivered into the premises by an Ethernet lead-in cable to an internal data wall socket. A Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) adapter is then connected to the wall socket to power the dish and retrieve the data. A standard home WiFi router is then connected to the PoE adapter to broadcast the data throughout the house, or to connect devices to physically with an Ethernet LAN cable.
What are the NuSkope Fixed Wireless plans, prices, and setup costs?
You can view the NuSkope Residential Fixed Wireless plans here, or you can view the NuSkope Business Fixed Wireless plans here. If you’re enquiring about a business service not covered by the plans and prices on our business page, you can send a business service enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does a NuSkope Residential Fixed Wireless installation look like?
The installation may differ in look based on the roof type, and the height of the mount. Below are the most common types of installation;
My fixed wireless speeds are going slow, what's going on?
If you're experiencing slow speeds on devices connected to the router both by WiFi and Ethernet LAN cable, you may be experiencing a fault condition, we suggest contacting NuSkope technical support in this instance. You can contact us on 1800 733 418.
If you are experiencing slow speeds over WiFi, but normal speeds with an Ethernet LAN cable, you may be experiencing local WiFi interference from neighbouring WiFi routers, there are self-help documents in the NuSkope member's portal you can follow in an attempt to resolve your issue, otherwise you can call the NuSkope support team for advice on how to reduce the effects of local WiFi interference.
Is my address serviceable by NuSkope Fixed Wireless?
You can check our online coverage map here. The coverage map is used as a guide to determine the likeliness of a service being available, you can contact NuSkope sales to confirm the coverage map results.
What are the NuSkope NBN, prices, and setup costs?
You can view the NuSkope Residential NBN plans, and prices here.
Accounts & Billing
How do I pay my invoice?
You can pay via online banking (BPAY or EFT) using the NuSkope banking details located at the bottom of your invoice. Alternatively, you can pay your invoice online with a credit or debit card through the NuSkope members section located here.
I paid my invoice, but it is still showing due/overdue in the online members section, what do I do?
If you have made a payment via BPAY or EFT, this payment may take up to 5 business days to clear and apply to your account. If your invoice is still overdue after this time, it may be that the details used on the transfer were incorrectly entered. In this case, send a copy of the online receipt and a description of your issue to email@example.com.
How do I disconnect my NuSkope Fixed Wireless or NBN Service?
My NuSkope email address isn't working, what's going on?
Since the end of October 2016, NuSkope no longer offers an email service to any new customers upon signup. The reason we are no longer offering this service is due to the Australian data retention act that was passed in 2015. In addition, any email addresses that weren't being used by the end of October 2016 were deactivated.
If you are a customer that had signed up before late October 2016, and were actively using your email address, we suggest calling the NuSkope technical support team for assistance.
Updating Contact Information
You can view your Contact Information from our Members Page
To update your Contact Information please give us a call on 1800 733 418 and select any option and tell our staff member you would like to update your details.
Ensure your request includes three (3) points of ID for yourself - such as your Name, DoB, Username, or Phone Number - to assist our staff to verify your identity and correctly identify your account.
There are different levels of access available:
|Type of Authorised Representative||Level of Access to your Account|
|Full access to your account|
|Access to Billing and Account information
e.g., account balances, payment status, current plan, etc.
|Access to Technical information
e.g., passwords, IP addresses, etc.
|Access to general usage information and order statuses.|
To add/modify an Authorised Representative, follow the steps below:
- Contact Us stating that you need to add an Authorised Representative to your account.
- Ensure your request includes three (3) points of ID for yourself - such as your Name, DoB, Username, or Phone Number - to assist our staff to verify your identity and correctly identify your account.
- Include the Name of the person you wish to authorise, their contact details (phone number or email address), and the level of access you require them to have (Administrative, Billing, or Technical).
NuSkope staff will still be able to provide basic Technical assistance to people who are not Authorised Representatives.
NOTE: Only the Account Owner may nominate an Authorised Representative.
Network Security and Security Tools
Customers agree to accept responsibility and liability for the security of and/or access to their networks and related systems. You must take reasonable and appropriate precautions to prevent any violations of Your network and/or related systems security. NuSkope does not take responsibility or liability in any way for any violations of Your network and/or related systems security, however caused.
While NuSkope is responsible for the provision of your service, You are responsible for ensuring that adequate security in the form of virus protection and firewalls exist to protect Your electronic data and computer operating system or the electronic data and computer operating system against and unauthorised or unwarranted intrusion
Why is security software important? And what does it protect from
Viruses - Security software helps deliver protection that stops most viruses, such as Trojans and worms before they can infect your computer.
Spyware - Security software can help prevent cybercriminals from hacking into your computer and stealing your personal information such as passwords.
Information & Identity Theft - Security software can help protect you from software that may self-install on a computer, or be installed as a hidden component of another program. These programs generally enable information to be gathered secretly about what websites you visit, your passwords etc.
Online Predators - Security software can spy on your children's website and social network activity, it can also block access to inappropriate material/websites where required.
What should I use?
While NuSkope don't recommend specific anti-virus and protection tools, you can find the right product for you by vising the Comparison of antivirus software WiKi