Home Industry Strategy Neighbourhood Cable rebrands as TransACT

Three years after being acquired by TransACT, the Neighbourhood Cable brand is no more.


Neighbourhood Cable served certain regional Victorian markets for years, and was acquired in 2008 by TransACT.

The Neighbourhood Cable brand has now been dropped in favour of TransACT. "We're excited about our name change because it reflects the complete range of communications services that we provide to our Victorian customers," said TransACT CEO Ivan Slavich.

"We deliver more than just cable broadband - we also provide leading-edge business services, home phone and mobile services, and subscription TV," he added.

Mr Slavich stressed that there would be no negative effects on the services provided or on customer agreements.

Last October, Neighbourhood Cable (as it was at the time) launched its DOCSIS 3 network in Geelong and Ballarat, later extending it to Mildura, It claims to be the fasted broadband service available in the region, with the choice of speeds of 30, 60 or 100Mbps.

 

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