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Is your business ready for a smarter future on the NBN? Get up to speed with our NBN Pocket Guide

Mike Doman
Technology Journalist

Mike Doman is a technology, lifestyle, industrial and education writer

Mike Doman
Technology Journalist

Mike Doman is a technology, lifestyle, industrial and education writer

The NBN is set to change how we do business. With super fast connections and consistent speeds, it’s essential your business is ready for the switch when the NBN becomes available in your area.

It’s an exciting time for business. Technology is advancing like never before. And with the current National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout, the opportunity for small businesses to take advantage of the tech evolution has never been greater.

 

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Big changes for small business 

In a nutshell, fast, reliable internet could open up an unprecedented world of opportunity for small to medium businesses, allowing them to compete with larger enterprises both locally, and overseas.Once you switch, your business could experience superfast downloads and uploads, real-time video conferencing with minimal delays, minimal drop-outs, and seamless cloud computing. A common benefit might be time and cost savings, as well as greater flexibility to collaborate with your team.

It’s time to get NBN-ready

As the rollout progresses, now’s the time to start thinking about how your business could benefit from Australia’s new broadband network. It’s also time to consider how your phone and internet plan may need to change.To fast-track your business being ready, we’ve put together a definitive guide that answers all of your questions. You’ll also discover installation tips and discover how it’s opening doors for small businesses like yours.

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Thing you need to know:

Telstra services on the NBN are not available in all areas or to all businesses, check telstra.com/business/nbn to check your address availability . Once you take up a service on the NBN, you can’t move back to Telstra services on the existing copper network. Actual speed levels and quality of your services on the NBN vary due to a number of factors including hardware and software configuration, source and type of content downloaded, whether you’re connected by Wi-Fi or Ethernet cable, and the number of users and performance of interconnecting infrastructure not operated by us. The NBN Co logo, NBN Co, and NBN are trade marks of NBN Co Limited and are used under license from NBN Co Limited. The spectrum device and ™ and ® are trade marks and registered trade marks of Telstra Corporation Limited, ABN 33 051 775 556.

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