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Smarter Action Plan: Switching to a new broadband plan

Adam Turner
Technology Journalist

Adam Turner is a Sydney Morning Herald senior technology columnist who has been writing about the challenges facing Australian business for more than a decade

Adam Turner
Technology Journalist

Adam Turner is a Sydney Morning Herald senior technology columnist who has been writing about the challenges facing Australian business for more than a decade

Highlights
  • When it comes to switching to a new broadband plan it’s important to review your business’ current usage
  • Faster upload speeds can help you get the most out of cloud-based services and boost productivity
  • Our handy downloadable checklist includes the key factors that need to be reviewed before switching to a new plan

If you mean business, then you should be making the most of a business-grade broadband plan. This action plan includes step-by-step advice to take the pain out of finding and switching to a new plan.

When launching a new business – particularly if working from home – it’s not uncommon for someone to stick with their existing consumer broadband plan without considering if a business plan might be a better fit. After all, who wants the hassle if they already have internet access?

Women looking at screens in an office. Get the most out of your business’ IT infrastructure with a broadband plan that meets your needs. Photo credit: Johnny Greig.

As a result, many micro and small businesses, freelancers and sole traders are missing out on the improved service levels and advanced features that can empower them to punch above their weight and make the most of their broadband link.

Choosing the right plan for your current and future needs can seem daunting – which is why it’s so tempting to put it off – so here's a handy downloadable checklist of the important things to consider when you're ready to step up to business-grade broadband internet.

Download this action plan to get the right broadband plan for your business.
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