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Business NBN: How will the NBN benefit your business? Thursday 18 May 2017 @ 10:45

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The NBN will offer your business broadband speeds never before seen in Australia. Here's what you can expect when you connect to Business NBN.




Faster broadband speeds will give access to a range of more sophisticated technologies to help all areas of running or managing a business. It’s important to be aware of when the NBN becomes available to your business premises, so you can take full advantage of the network when it arrives.

What to Expect With Business NBN

Improved Business Processes

With faster internet speeds you’ll be able to send and receive large files instantly, which makes collaborating with colleagues over a long distance much easier. It doesn’t only breakdown geographical barriers internally, business NBN will improve your customer’s online experience and make it easier for you to offer your products and services to a wider (even international) audience.

Streamlined communications

Why commute to work when you can telecommute? Giving your business NBN, will allow you to collaborate with important stakeholders through high-quality video conferencing, giving you the flexibility to have face-to-face meetings from anywhere. In the NBN-era everyone will be required to make voice calls over the internet using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), which is much more flexible and cost-effective than traditional phone lines.

Cloud-based services

The NBN will give rise to a range of cloud-based apps and services designed to help your business become more efficient. Free up office space by removing any on-site data storage equipment or clunky PBX machines. Rely on the cloud for fast-accessed data storage and move to a cloud-based phone system like the Virtual PBX, which offers all of the capabilities of a traditional PBX system without the headache of physical hardware or maintenance.

The NBN is systematically replacing the traditional copper network, and many of the first areas to receive NBN have already had their PSTN/ADSL capability disconnected. You can find out if you’re ready for business NBN by searching the address of your business on the NBN coverage map. If NBN is unavailable, you can sign up to an ADSL connection. If the NBN reaches your business mid-contract, MyNetFone will waive cancellation fees when you upgrade from ADSL to business NBN with us.


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