High-Quality low-cost telecommunications upgrades / new data points in Perth.

High quality materials & standards to prevent any failures such as moisture, rust, breakable components or any hazard:

The cable runs through the cavity wall and it is secured up to the roof structure away from power cables. 

If the job is required in single wall; we will prove conduit and external box. Extra charges will apply.

Labour, Cable, Connectors, Velcro, Cable ties, Outlet & Plate.

We offer white and grey face-plates; compatible with any Technology NBN / ADSL / ADSL2.

Data Outlet APCOMS
data tv outlet apcoms
data phone outlet apcoms
Multi-data points apcoms

Single / Multi Outlets

All of our services are also backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. For your peace of mind our technicians are:

Our techs are registered and fully licensed.

Knowledgeable & experienced with Australian Standards.

APCOMS service area


All our jobs are guaranteed!! As you can see on our website; we work with well-known companies that trust us with our high standards and practices required by Telstra and NBN. All technicians are registered and fully licensed.

Do it Right, the first time!!

Residential Networks Installations or Issues?

Contact us today – our technicians are ready to help you solve that problem.

Q & A Section

Home Cabling for the NBN

Do not overlook the all-important cables when you move to the NBN.

Wiring your home is an important consideration when you’re moving to the national broadband network (NBN).

Upgrading your home’s cables and wires to handle technology often gets overlooked, but it is very important if you want to have a network that delivers the NBN internet services you want, where you want them.

Home cabling dos and don’ts

The don’ts

  • Don’t do the cabling yourself, it is illegal.
  • Don’t use just any cabler, use a registered cabler.
  • Don’t use telephone extension cords for connecting your internet devices.

The dos

  • Do make sure you get as much cabling as possible installed when you are renovating or building from new, as it’s the cheapest time to do it.
  • Do talk to and use a registered cabler.
  • Do make sure you get the TCA 1 form for any cabling work.
  • Do plan the cabling to suit the technology you want at home.

Your home will get up to three types of hardware to deliver the NBN. Most people will get an NBN connection box as well as a home gateway, or router/modem, that connects to the NBN connection box once you have chosen your telephone and internet service provider.

The NBN connection box is usually installed inside the garage or the room nearest the front of the house (Where the modem is).

The home gateway is typically installed next to the connection box and will have a socket for the internet and another socket for telephone lines. The home gateway should also have Wi-Fi or wireless capability. It’s important to consider where to put the wireless gateway so that it reaches the whole house. Some people opt to have it in the middle of the house or apartment, while in two-storey homes you will probably need one on each floor.
The cabling to support both internet and telephone services is the same and is known as Cat 5 or Cat 6 (Cat meaning category). Cat 6 has the highest performance as it will support very fast (or gigabit) speeds, to give you years of service.

A home distributor is also useful because it lets you locate the NBN connection box, gateway and room cabling together so that equipment is in one easily accessible place and can be protected.

RJ45 socket is mounted on a wall plate and the cabling from the home distributor to each room is terminated at this point