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“Australia’s NBN (National Broadband Network) is finally here and it is designed to offer the fastest broadband speeds available plus increase productivity and communications between employees and customers  – do a check if it is available!”


One big highlight is that the NBN is not affected by the distance between your work premises and the exchange (like ADSL) and nor is its performance affected by heat or bad weather. Plus it can deliver a higher capacity than ADSL, which means multiple users can enjoy a better communications experience, thus making it a great all-round internet solution for most businesses.

So if you’re a business that wants to not only reduce costs, but also increase productivity and communications between employees and customers, the NBN offers the ideal solution.

The current plan is to roll out NBN region-by-region to 93% of Australian premises (with the remaining 7% being connected via fixed wireless and satellite technologies).

Do a quick NBN check for your office, by clicking here


When can I get the nbn and how do I get connected?
Contact us and we can check when the nbn™ will rollout in your area. If the nbn™ network is available at your address, we can help you install and set this up for you. If the nbn™ network is not currently available at your address, you can register with us and we’ll be in touch when you’re able to connect to the nbn™ network.

How will the nbn™ benefit me?
The nbn™ is being rolled out throughout the nation to provide all Australians access to broadband services. It presents opportunity in education, business, entertainment, health care and sociability giving everyone the potential to be more productive, more creative, more efficient and more connected for decades to come.

Do I need to switch to the nbn™ network?
If you live in an area where nbn™ fibre is available, your existing phone lines, ADSL internet, Telstra/Optus cable internet will be disconnected (and you will be notified by direct mail when the new network is ready). You will also be advised the date on which the old network will be switched off. Moving to the nbn™ network is not automatic. To keep using fixed line phone and internet, you will need to move those services to the nbn™ network before the advised date.
Can I keep my phone number if I switch to the nbn™ network?
Yes. “Number porting” rules will not change with the introduction of the nbn™ network.
To do a NBN check on your office/house, click here
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National Broadband Network Phone Systems

With the introduction of the National Broadband Network (NBN) into Australia, you may have wondered if your business needs to invest in NBN phone systems. You will be happy to know that they are in fact the same as a VOIP phone system, so if you upgraded to a VOIP phone system recently, you won’t need to do a thing or read more.

National Broadband Network for small business – will it save you?

Making the switch to the national broadband network (NBN) for small business owners appears to be a scary thing. Many fear that their small business will be left without internet access or connection delays and then on top of that the additional costs that maybe involved to setup the NBN. But Adam Courtenay from the SMH interviewed 2 small businesses on their thoughts on the NBN rollout, read more.

Ready to try NBN?

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