It’s been over 20 years since Aveo built their first retirement village in Cleveland, Brisbane. In that time, they’ve grown their portfolio of communities to the largest in the country and have lead the way with innovation year after year. So it’s not unexpected that Aveo are leading the way once again, this time with view to providing retirees with a second-to-none broadband offering.
“It’s broadband, only better” said Aveo General Manager, Anthony Sargent. “We’ve signed on with Frontier Networks who will provide the physical broadband network to a number of trial villages in the Aveo portfolio in the near future. Once the IT backbone is in place, we plan to build on the services offered to residents by ensuring they have access to a full range of health, wellness and care applications that take it from a standard broadband product to something you can’t get anywhere else”.
Called AveoConnect, Aveo states they plan to begin trials in April 2016.