Internet running slower than it should? Have your thoughts heard by taking an online survey or by attending two consultation events.
Gunnedah residents and businesses are invited to share their views on digital connectivity at the community events in early November to bridge the digital divide between metropolitan and regional NSW.
These sessions will be held on Wednesday, November 6 from 5am-7pm and on Thursday, November 7 from 10am-11.30am. A location is yet to be confirmed.
Those unable to attend the events can share their views through an online survey instead.
Tamworth MP Kevin Anderson said the results from the events and survey would help inform how the $400 million Regional Digital Connectivity program should be invested.
"We know the connectivity issues impacting our regional communities are highly diverse ... that's why understanding those experiences is key to delivering a solution that will have a lasting impact in our regions," Mr Anderson said.
Mr Anderson said the events would allow residents and businesses to "have their say and help shape the future of digital connectivity for the region".
"With technology now part of our everyday lives, the unprecedented investment in connectivity for regional NSW will deliver incredible opportunities for our community in the coming years," he said.
"It will boost investment and business opportunities, improve community access to services, and ensure our younger residents have the educational opportunities enjoyed by their city cousins."
The survey closes on December 31 and is open to all residents and visitors in regional NSW at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/regionalconnect
Hard copies of the survey are also available at Gunnedah Service NSW and Gunnedah Shire Council.
For more information, visit www.nsw.gov.au/connectregionalnsw