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NBN Broadband for Business

NBN is now available in many areas across Australia. The service is a cost effective way of delivering high speed broadband to businesses with up to 20 users. The average speed depends on several factors including the type of NBN connection available at the business premises. These may vary from a fibre optic cable being delivered directly to the premises, to the service being delivered with a combination of fibre and the existing copper network. To find out what service is available at your business premises please call 1300 000 300 or CLICK HERE to make an enquiry.

Great Value NBN Business Plans

Our business NBN plans combine value and performance. We have a range of plans starting from $59 per Month for small businesses with up to 4 users. Our NBN-BIZ plan is suitable for businesses with 5 to 10 users, and the NBN-PRO plan can service up to 20 users. Take advantage of our NetPhone and Hosted PBX bundle discounts and completely upgrade to the latest technology.



Per Month ex GST
NBN 50
  • Unlimited Data
  • Monthly Fee - $79
  • Term - 12 Months
  • Typical BH Download - 45Mbps
  • Static IP Address Included
  • NBN Modem Included (optional)
  • Set Up Cost - $0
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NetPhone Bundle
  • Monthly Access Fee - $0
  • IP Phone
  • Enterprise Grade PBX Features
  • Business Grade VoIP
  • AUS Landline Number
  • Cheap Call Rates
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Need a Business PBX System? 

Get a $20 monthly discount on your NBN plan when you bundle with our fully featured Hosted PBX system. Ideal for businesses with 2+ extensions. 
  •  PBX Extensions from $9
  • Enterprise Grade PBX Features
  • Business Grade VoIP
  • Cheap Call Rates
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Critical Information Summary

Why Connect with BusinessCom

NBN Services Backed by Tier 1 Carrier

We use the Telstra network to deliver the business NBN service to ensure it's backed by the IT resources of a Tier 1 Carrier.

Superior NetPhone and Hosted PBX Bundles

Take advantage of our fully featured, enterprise grade hosted PBX system to deliver complete phone system functionality to your business. Dramatically reduce your office phone costs and gain superior functionality.

24/7 Australian Based Customer Service

Australian based technical support with local knowledge and training to support your business.

Great Value NBN Plans

NBN is the cheapest form of fast business broadband available. Our plans start from $59 per Month.

Superior Bandwidth Availability

When compared to ADSL2+ and SHDSL, NBN offers superior bandwidth with download speeds of up to 100Mbps.

Static IP Address

We include a static IP address with every NBN business connection. Necessary for a range of business applications.

Benefits of Connecting to NBN

Affordable Business Fibre

NBN is by far the cheapest form of business fibre and with speeds of up to 100MB download and 40MB upload, delivers sufficient bandwidth for almost any business application.

Cloud Based Applications

In order to effectively use most of the cloud based business applications like Office 365, Drop Box and One Drive, you need fast upload and download speeds. NBN makes that possible.

IP Telephony

Business VoIP and Hosted PBX is the replacement technology for traditional telephone lines and PBX systems. NBN delivers the required bandwidth for businesses to take advantage of IP telephony with its cheaper line rental and call rates.

Video Conferencing and UC Systems

Access to fast, reliable broadband brings UC (Unified Communication) systems and video conferencing to life. And with their increasing popularity you can now be ready to communicate via any means.

Improved Business Efficiency

Fast broadband will increase your business efficiency and productivity. Apart from gaining access to a range of cloud based business applications that have the potential to make your business run smoother, day to day tasks involving the internet will be done quicker and more efficiently.

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Important Information About NBN Speed Options

Fibre to the NODE (FTTN), Fibre to the Building (FTTB), and Fibre to the Curb (FTTC) Speed Test Results and Your Options

Your NBN service can never go faster than the maximum line speed available at your premises. We’ll run speed tests to confirm your maximum line speed when your service is working and tell you if a higher speed tier will benefit you. If your line isn’t capable of supporting the speed tier you’re on, we’ll send you an email with your speed results and options, including:

  • Switch to a Lower Priced Plan Without Charge
  • Cancel Your Service Without Charge


* Typical Download and Upload Speeds During Business Hours

Some Factors Impacting Performance

Broadband speeds may vary due to:

  • The website you’re visiting and their servers.
  • Wi-Fi is less reliable than an Ethernet cable.
  • The speed tier you are connected to.
  • Cabling and wiring at your premises.
  • Network capacity and network traffic.
  • The NBN technology type at your premises.
  • The location of your modem.

Setting up your office modem in a central spot, away from radio and electrical interference can help. Wi-Fi boosters can also help.

Service Availability

Your NBN service will not work during a power outage. This means you won’t be able to make or receive phone calls if there is no power to your modem, including calls to Emergency 000 services. You’ll need to rely on your mobile phone to make calls in this situation. For Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) connections, battery backup is available to customers with a medical alarm, back-to-base alarm, lift phone or a voice-only service.

Fire, Lift and Security Alarms

If you have a Back to Base Security Alarm connected to your business phone service, it is important you contact your security provider to check if it is compatible with the NBN network and identify what alternatives are available. You’ll need to arrange this before we move you to the NBN network, or your alarm may not work. Remember to register your Fire Alarms or Lift Emergency Phones with nbn co’s Fire Alarm and Lift Emergency Phone Register.

More Information

If you require more information about the NBN services, please contact our Customer Care Team on 1300 000 300 or email care@businessco.com.au

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Types of Business NBN Connections

  • FTTP Fibre to the Premises - where nbn is able to run a fibre optic cable all the way to the premises.
  • HFC Hybrid Fibre Coaxial - where a fibre optic cable runs to the nbn node, with the final connection of a coaxial cable to the nbn service box inside the premises.
  • FTTN Fibre to the Node - where NBN runs a fibre optic cable to a newly built street cabinet and the existing copper network is used to make the final part of the nbn connection to the premises.
  • FTTB Fibre to the Building - where NBN runs a fibre optic cable to the basement of a building, usually an apartment building or similar.
  • FTTC Fibre to the Curb - where NBN runs a fibre optic cable to a Distribution Point Unit (DPU), generally located inside a pit on the street. The existing copper network is used to make the final part of the nbn connection to the premises.
  • NBN Fixed Wireless - connects the nbn from a transmission tower where data travels wirelessly to an antenna fitted on the roof of the premises.

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Quick Guide - NBN Business Broadband

NBN is the ideal business fibre solution for most small businesses. It delivers high speed broadband at very affordable monthly access fees. The NBN100 plan with speeds of up to 100MB download and 40MB upload is the preferred choice of most businesses migrating to NBN. Even with speed fluctuations, the service provides ample bandwidth for almost any business application.

How Long Does It Take to Connect NBN?

Provided that NBN is available in your area, new service connections are usually completed between 2 and 4 weeks. NBN does not guarantee connection timelines which depend upon the location and type of premises, as well as availability of NBN field staff. 

Are NBN Speeds Guaranteed?

NBN is a best efforts service and the speeds shown are the nominal network access port speeds. Actual data transfer speeds may vary. The published 'up to' download and upload speeds are the maximum that can be delivered and will rarely, if ever, be achieved. Actual speeds depend upon a number of factors including current demand of the NBN service in the local area, your network and hardware, and the type of applications being run.

What Happens to My Phone Lines?

If you're currently using ISDN services, there will be no change and you can upgrade to Business VoIP when you're ready. If you're using PSTN lines (traditional telephone lines on the copper network), you'll need to covert those to business VoIP lines. Business VoIP is the replacement technology for traditional phone lines such as PSTN. When migrating, your phone numbers will stay the same and you'll have access to cheaper call rates and lower line rental.

What Are NBN Installation and Hardware Requirements?

Most businesses utilise their own routers to connect to the NBN Network Termination Unit. If required, you can also select to receive a Home Network Gateway for self-installation at no cost. The NBN service is delivered to the Network Boundary Point at your premises, which is defined as the physical port or 'UNI' on the NBN Network Termination Unit (NTU), or Port on the Home Network Gateway if selected. You are required to provide a suitable 240V AC power outlet for the NTU.

When Will the Copper Network Be Switched Off?

The copper newtork will be switched off around 18 months after your local NBN area was first made ready for the service. There will be numerous notifications issued during the process and you will have plenty of time to migrate your phone services.

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