ISP iiNet has identified 16 points of interconnect it will target for customer growth in the stage one and two builds of the national broadband network.
"We've taken all the network information around the sites NBN Co are going to roll out to and done some calculations around the likely number of PoIs in those areas," chief financial officer David Buckingham told iTnews.
"That comes out at roughly 16. We're big fans of the NBN and we're ready to sell services on the NBN when it comes.
"We'll absolutely go and win market share in those [PoI] areas."
The ISP told a financial analyst summit last week it had "services in only 3.7 percent of premises in first release sites" and that there was an "opportunity to increase penetration in these PoIs".
It was one of the first service providers to sign on to provide services on the NBN in Tasmania.
The Perth-based ISP was also in the first group of four service providers to participate in the test phase for connections in mainland first release sites.
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