- Will my FttP network work if there is a power failure?
- No, your service will not work in the event of a power outage. Fibre to the home (FttP/FttH) can only operate during a power outage if a battery backup unit is also installed.
- What is Clear Broadband Fibre to the home?
- Clear has partnered with telecommunications housing estates to provide fast broadband services using Fibre optic cables connected to your premise.
- Your account will have been debited at the time of sign up for the first month plan fee, installation costs and for additional equipment and services you have chosen. Included in this pack you will find a copy of your first invoice. Once you have been installed you will then be billed for your plan fee one month in advance on or around the 1st of each calendar month.
Your second invoice will be issued after installation and will include a pro‐rata fee for the period from installation until the end of the first month, plus one month’s fee in advance.
You can change your credit card / bank details at anytime by logging your Clear Account Page (refer to the attached letter for details).
If you requested additional equipment this will also be debited at the time of sign up.
- How can I access account information?
- You can access your account information; view your usage and your plan details all by a click of a button. To do this type in the following link https://myclear.clearnetworks.com.au/ and enter your preferred email address and password. These details can be found in the attached letter.
- When will my service be installed?
- New installations are carried out in two stages:
Stage 1 – a quality check is conducted which involves a visit to the premises and inspection conducted of the location and feasibility of the installation.
Stage 2 – The technical attends the premises to complete the installation
Generally your service will be installed within 5 to 10 day days of Clear Networks receiving your completed application form.
Customers transferring from another provider, this will be completed within 72 business hours.
Please note from time to time delays will occur for varying reasons. We do not guarantee timeframes for installation and cannot be held liable for delays.
- Where do I want the equipment to go?
- Quite often homeowners and occupiers choose to have their internet services installed in the study or home office area and then connected to a wireless router allowing them to use their computers or smartphones via the in-premises wireless network. It is worthwhile taking the time to consider the different ways you may use your service so you can have the equipment installed in an appropriate location. If you have not requested a wireless router, you can contact Clear who can assist you. Not this will be sent via post directly to you, the installer does not supply this.
The installer will advise you if the equipment can be installed in your preferred location as part of our standard installation method. There are, however, technical and operational considerations as well as safety requirements which affect where equipment and cables can be installed, just as there are when connection other utility services.
These requirements help to ensure that the installation is done in a safe manner and that the equipment is easily accessible and protected from accidental damage as possible.
- Who do I contact if I experience a service outage?
- If you experience a service outage please contact Clear Networks and we will provide you with an ETA for resolution.