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NBN Internet Plans streamline the way your company operates with exceptionally-fast data speeds. NBN Internet Plans for your Business are designed to carry voice & data traffic at World Class speeds. The roll out of the National Broadband Network is happening right now and with it comes a massive change to the way Australians will use the Internet. Super fast download speeds of up to 100 Mbps will be available to many businesses from Melbourne, to Sydney & Brisbane and around the country.
Telaustralia gives NBN Business Customers a choice of a wide range of NBN Internet plans. Our NBN Internet plans provide a choice of upload and download speeds, up to 100Mbps Download and 40Mbps upload speeds. You can view our plans below and call us for more information 1300 783 528 or if you would like a free consultation from one of our Australian Based Consultants please CLICK HERE.
Every Business NBN service includes 2 SIP Voice Channels built in and included in the price.
Just choose your speed and the amount of data you need. Take self install or we can arrange professional on site installation for you. Note : NBN speeds listed are up to speeds. The actual speeds achieved will vary based on a range of factors including local network conditions, distance from FTTN node, internal cabling and router used. Speeds are not guaranteed or warrantied on the NBN. In the event your maximum speed is not achieved, we will change your plan to a lower speed plan free of charge. eg If you sign for a 100/40 plan but are only getting 40mb download, just let us know and we can change you to a 50/20 or 25/5 plan.
Place your NBN Internet Plan order well ahead of the copper cut off period. Recent experience has been quite a few customers leave changing to the last few weeks of the copper cut off period. During the last few weeks of the copper cut off, there are more bottle neck and delays than usual and we have seen some business have their lines cut off before they placed an NBN order. If you have an NBN order in and a number port request in, your lines will be safe until the NBN is connected and your numbers port to SIP or Hosted PBX.
We are not suggesting you arrange your NBN internet plan immediately unless your area is RFS (Ready For Service) but its best if you don’t leave to till the last month until the copper cut off either. By leaving it to the last month before the copper cut off period your cutting it fine and increasing the risk of being without phone and internet services.
Theoretically the fastest NBN plan has a theoretical speed approximately 4-5 times faster download speeds than the fastest ADSL plan.
Compare that speed with our ADSL plans typically getting 5-14mbps download speed and 400-800kbps upload speeds and you can see that it is much faster.
At some point in future the NBN co will introduce faster speeds which theoretically could reach 1Gbps download speeds.
Heres some examples of the difference between an ADSL 2 service and a NBN 100/40 service achieving full speeds.
All things going well you should be able to have an active NBN connection 2-4 weeks after your areas ready for service date (RFS). Some sites within the RFS area can take substantially longer with multi tenanted commercial premises usually being the last to have services available.
Your phone lines will be disconnected around 18months after your site is ready for service regardless, if you have arranged an internet/voice service over the NBN or not. There is no stay on copper option. You have to take some action to avoid having your copper cut off.
No. Your PSTN services will be disconnected at the nominated cut off date for your site. However ISDN 2 and ISDN 102030 services will remain in service for the foreseeable future. So you don’t want to end up losing your phone lines. So you have to do something…there is no do nothing option.
Thats why we suggest planning your transition to the NBN.
On the NBN device there is 2 Voice Ports. These can be used for multiple phone calls but Line Hunt is not available yet. If you need more than 1 line our advice is to install a NBN Phone System or add SIP trunks to your existing PBX Phone System.
Many customers are choosing to have a data only (internet) service. If you want to have a phone line there are several options. For a single line service you can have the UniV Port on the NBN service activated. This is fine for a single line or for a Fax machine and some alarms.
However if you need more than 1 line you will need to activate either SIP trunks or a Hosted PBX.
Or you can choose to have no lines. Its up to you!.
If you just need a data connection switching to the NBN can be fairly simple. However if you have a Phone System, Eftpos, Alarm, Fax or have an Network, things get a bit more complex and planning needs to go into your transition to the NBN.
To manage the transition to NBN Broadband You will need to coordinate and manage the following services…
We can assist you in coordinating the transition to NBN with all of these services. We talk to your existing suppliers and coordinate their activities on your behalf.
Yes we can supply NBN Internet Plans,, SIP trunks and Hosted PBX services saving you the hassle of dealing with multiple providers. This way if there is any issue its easier to troubleshoot with out the blamenado (thats circle of blame!) that happens with multiple providers involved.
The possibilities for many business are endless. Heres a few examples..
Many business are hand cuffed by slow internet. NBN Internet Plans are planned to deliver at least 25mbps download speeds to 98% of Australian businesses and over 93% of Australian business will benefit from speeds up to 100mbps over Fibre to the Premises (FTTP)and Fibre to the Node (FTTN) Networks.
Depending on the speed you choose, some NBN services may be cheaper, but in many cases where you choose the faster speeds, the NBN Internet Plans will cost more than your PSTN and ADSL services. Some of these increases may be off set by lower call rates and possible reduction in phone lines.
In short if you want to go on a lower speed plan your prices should be about the same but you will pay more for a faster NBN Internet Plan.
Yes Telaustralia has a choice of NBN Internet Plans to meet any budget or business requirement.
Yes we can port PSTN and ISDN numbers on to SIP trunks or Hosted Phone systems. Its relatively simple but can take 4-8 weeks. We can also port numbers for other VoIP providers.
Yes. Your existing number can be forwarded during any porting process to another site, mobiles. home or to a Hosted PBX or SIP trunk service.
You may be liable for an early termination charge for ADSL & Phone services. We suggest you don’t enter new contracts during that lead up to Ready For Service.
Yes you can.
In most cases no but we have heard of some sites that have been left without service for weeks when there has been a construction error and cables severed or withdrawn before the new service was ready.
Yes most fax machines that support T.38 Fax protocol will work. You may need to employ your fax technician to come to site and adjust your fax. Most fax machines need to have the Baud rate adjusted to 9600.
No they wont. They will provide cabling to the NTD and then all cabling after that point is the customers responsibility.
Yes. We will work with your Phone Technician or supplier to establish a solution. If the Phone System is compatible you may need additional hardware and your supplier can price that for you. If the system cannot be modified to work, it may be possible to add an ATA.
Failing that, you may need to purchase a new NBN compatible Phone System.
No. Customers hardware is 100% the customers responsibility.
Yes you will require an Ethernet Router. Your ADSL modem will not work.
Telaustralia’s NBN Free installation comes with a network gateway device as part of the installation package.
Most probably yes. You will be allocated a new Static IP and your IT person may be required to configure your new network.
No they wont. Internal network settings, configuration and management are the customers responsibility.
We recommend you contact your alarm company and they should be able to advise you on the correct course of cation to take with your alarm system. We will work with the Alarm company prior to and once the NBN Internet connection is active.
We are finding that many customers are choosing to take a 3G Alarm option.
No. If your current alarm is not NBN compatible any costs associated with replacing it are the customers resposnibility.
There are several types of Eftpos machines.
Contact your Eftpos Supplier and ask them what type of machine you have and they can advise on the best course of action.
No. Sorry but any new equipment is the customers responsibility.