An internet connection is vital for a modern business: whether it’s the backbone of your daily operations or a means for customers to learn about your services and make orders, you need an internet service that meets your needs.
iiNet has a wide range of broadband products suitable for business applications, but that’s not all. The iiNet Business team pride themselves on being able to tailor a full solution of broadband, phone, cloud, web services and more to create the perfect fit for any business.
We caught up with some friendly reps from our Business Sales teams to find out which broadband products are better suited to different businesses.
Unlike a residential NBN™ service, a Business NBN™ plan includes a Static IPv4 address for business networking, as well as access to priority business support from our award-winning iiNet Business team. An independent survey has named iiNet as having the most satisfied small business broadband customers in Australia for six years running!
One thing that sets NBN™ broadband apart from its predecessors is its speed options. iiNet offers two choices for Business NBN™ plans:
Thanks to our flexible broadband contracts, you’re free to upgrade or downgrade your broadband plan whenever you need to. That means that if your business changes further down the track, you can change your broadband plan to follow suit.
As the National Broadband Network rollout continues, your business premises may not be able to connect to the NBN™ just yet. If that’s the case, never fear: iiNet have a range of alternative plans that can deliver a quality business connection while you wait for the next generation of broadband infrastructure to come to your door. In some areas, you may not even need to upgrade at all! Our iiNet Business Cable network in Mildura, Geelong and Ballarat is already delivering future-ready broadband with an impressive 200Mbps Typical Business Hours download speed!^
Across the rest of Australia, our traditional DSL broadband options are available to connect your business. Whether you opt for a Business ADSL2+ and landline phone bundle or skip the phone line and get a Business Naked DSL plan, you may want to take advantage of our upload speed booster which uses Annex-M technology to improve your upload performance.
When your business needs more download and upload capacity than available NBN™ options can provide, that’s when it time to consider premium alternatives such as iiNet Business Fibre. Our Fibre400 and Fibre1000 plans deliver an enterprise-grade connection with 400Mbps or 1000Mbps of Symmetrical Bandwidth, which means that your uploads can perform just as well as your downloads.
You don’t need to be a massive company to benefit from a Business Fibre connection – small businesses with data-intensive applications such as graphic design and digital marketing agencies will thrive with a high bandwidth internet connection. Less time spent waiting on large file transfers means more time spent on the rest of the business.
Business Fibre is also the ideal connection type for businesses who want to optimise their operations with cloud services and other products, such as a corporate-grade VPN for secure, remote connections between sites. By enabling access to remote working, cloud services and hosted storage etc., businesses can reduce costs for on-site hardware and work more efficiently. In addition to your broadband needs, the iiNet Business team can also set you up with a range of great cloud and hosting services – just give us a call today.
Looking for the perfect fit for your business? Call us on 13 86 89 today and we’ll help you find the services you need.
*NBN™ Speeds: Typical business hours speed indicates download speeds and is measured between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday. FTTN, FTTC & FTTB speeds to be confirmed when active. Actual speeds may vary due to many factors including type/source of content being downloaded, hardware and software configuration, the number of users simultaneously using the network and performance of interconnecting infrastructure not operated by iiNet. Devices connected by WiFi may experience slower speeds than those connected by Ethernet cable.
^Cable Speeds: Typical business hours speed indicates download speed and is measured between 9am-5pm Monday to Friday. Actual throughput speeds may be slower and could vary due to various factors including interference, customer cabling and equipment, download source, and line length. Cable has an upload connection speed of up to 20Mbps.