Aveo, Australia’s leading owner and operator of retirement villages, has announced the villages that will take part in the initial launch phase of its AveoConnect product. Aveo Albany Creek, The Clayfield, and Aveo The George will be the first to benefit from the cutting edge broadband offering. “We know that this product is going to appeal to a wide range of retirees, so we wanted to kick it off in a mix of medium density and broad acre villages. Aveo Albany Creek is one of our biggest villages and we’ve already had strong interest in the product before undertaking any launch activity” said Anthony Sargent, General Manager at Aveo.
“This isn’t just another broadband product. We’ve got a dedicated team who know how to service the needs of people aged over 75. That’s who moves into our villages and that’s who will benefit most from this great new product. In fact, we’re promising anyone who signs up to AveoConnect, prior to moving into a village, that their broadband will be live the day they move in. You just can’t get that anywhere else” he said.
Residents at all three villages are excited by the prospect of the AveoConnect roll out, and they can look forward to it going live in April. “We know this will be popular” said David Waldie from Frontier Networks. “What Aveo has done is once again give their residents access to a best in class product.”
AveoConnect will launch at Aveo Albany Creek on 11 April, with The Clayfield and Aveo The George going live soon after. Further roll out across the Aveo portfolio of villages is planned over the coming months.