|Product||Carrier Fibre Internet||Next WBI Fibre Internet||Next EA Fibre Internet|
|Fibre Internet Plans From||$349||$349||$499|
|Free Install Available?||Yes Subject to site qualification||Yes Subject to site qualification||Yes Subject to site qualification|
|Symmetrical bandwidths||250, 400, 1000 Mbps - New 10GB Plans!||100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000 Mbps||100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000 Mbps|
|Contention||1:1 or contended||1:1 or contended||1:1|
|Fibre Network Type||Layer 3||Layer 3||Layer 2|
|Class of Service||PIR - High CoS||PIR/CIR - High/Low CoS||CIR - High CoS|
|Suitable for MPLS?||No||No||Yes|
|Suitable for SD-WAN?||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Is 4G Rapid Deployment available?||No||Yes - Up to 100/50||Yes - Up to 100/50|
|Is 4G failover available?||Yes Data Plan limited||Yes BYO Device - Up to 40/40 or 100/50 unlimited||Yes Carrier NTU - Up to 40/40 or 100/50 unlimited|
|4G Failover uses Same IP as Fibre?||No||No||Yes|
|Enhanced Fault SLAs?||Yes 12-4Hrs||Yes 12 Hrs||Yes 8-4Hrs|
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Business Fibre Internet FAQ
What is Fibre Internet?
Fibre Internet is is an Internet or data connection, that is carried over Optical Fibre using light waves from a central node to the end user locations.
The two key components of Fibre Internet are the Optical Fibres and the last mile technology of the network.
Optical Fibres are only slightly larger than human hair or about 125 microns in diameter. These Fibres are bundled together forming Optical Fibre Cables. The Optical Fibres carry laser or LED Light along the light using a binary form when transmitting information.
When these pulses of light reach their destination they need to be converted into a an output that devices like routers can be connected to. This is performed by the optical network terminal or network termination device that converts the signal into Ethernet for the users to routers and other devices connect to.
Fibre uses light rather than using electricity to transmit information, unlike copper and other access technologies it has significant advantages. As a result Optical Fibre, is not affected by water or weather conditions and is more resistant to electrical interference and other issues that effect copper cables and some other technologies like Fixed Wireless.
Fibre Internet is ideal for business that have a their business applications in the cloud, have multiple users online at the one time, send and received large files sizes, need synchronous data for smooth user experience of cloud applications like Voice & Video conferencing.
For the end user the greatest advantage of Fibre Internet is speed. In Australia Next telecom has Fibre Internet available up to 10Gbps. Most Business Clients take Fibre connections of between 100/100Mbps and 1Gbps.
Where is Business Fibre Internet available?
With Next Telecom broad selection of network availability we can typically get a Fibre service to all capital cities, Most regional and major townships, many metro areas within 20-50kms of the capital CBDs.
What is the lead time for a Business Fibre Internet connection?
Connection times vary widely depending on your location and the available network carrier. Time frames can be between 20 business days and 6 months or longer. Contact Next Telecom for your service qualification.
If you choose our Layer 3 Reach Fibre with Rapid Activation we can have you up and running with a upto 150/50Mbps service over 4G within 10 Business days. Even better the 4G service will have the same IP address as the Fibre servicewhen its connected. We can even send this 4G service & NTU to another location so you can get your network configured, while your waiting for your site to be readied and the fibre to be installed
Perfect for disaster recovery or when you get into a sticky situation.
What bandwidths can I get on Business Fibre Broadband
Our bandwidths on business fibre broadband start at 100/100Mbps and run up to 2000/2000Mbps. The most commonly purchased bandwidths are 100/100mbps, 400/400Mbps and 1000/1000Mbps also known as gigabit fibre.
What is the price of Business Fibre broadband?
The price of business broadband varies depending on location, quality features, fault SLAs and network availability. A Fibre service (depending on bandwidth, location and service type) starts at $300 per month. If you have 20 staff this works out to be less than $1 a day per staff member.
How reliable is Fibre broadband for business?
Unlike copper based services Fibre is delivered using a light wave in a sheathed conduit. It is not affected by water in joins or pits to the extent that copper bases services are, hence unless the fibre suffers a physical cut, it's unlikely to be affected by adverse weather or other events.
What is Rapid Deployment?
Rapid Deployment uses a 4G SIM with up to 100/50Mbps bandwidth to enable a data connection to be on site within days of ordering. The SIM uses the same IP address as the fibre Internet that is about to be deployed.
What is 4G failover?
4G failover is where a 4G SIM is enabled for failover data. Band widths up to 40/40Mbps or 100/50Mbps are available. Our Layer 2 Fibre internet services allow the 4G failover to use the same IP address as the Fibre
We discuss 4G failover for our Business Fibre Internet plans in more detail here.
What bandwidths are available?
Available bandwidths on our Fibre Internervices are 100/100Mbps, 200/200Mbps, 250/250Mbps, 400/400Mbps, 500/500Mbps, 1000/1000Mbps Gigabit Fibre, 2000/2000Mbps 2 Gigabit Fibre and 10000/10000Mbps 10Gb Fibre.
Can we get Wi Fi?
Yo can certainly add a wi fi modem on to our Fibre broadband services and we can also provide Wireless Access Points in addition to the wifi modem.
How long does it take to get a Fibre site qualification?
Site Service Qualifications (SQ) vary between networks and your site. If your site is On Net (meaning that our network fibre is already in your building or in front of your building), we can get a service qualification done very quickly. Sometimes as little as 10 minutes. Where a build is required the time frame vary dramatically between carriers from 5 business days through the 40+ business days for remote or complex locations.
Can we get layer 2 Business Fibre?
Yes we can provide a Layer 2 or Layer 3 services from multiple carriers for most of our data services.
How do I get a Service qualification and price for a NBN TC2 and Enterprise Ethernet connection?
Contact Next Telecom using the web form on this page and one of Next Telecoms experienced data professionals will arrange all the required information.
What is the Network Termination Device?
The NTD is the device where the network fibre internet is terminated. The Network Termination Device or sometimes times called the Network Termination Unit (NTU) is the edge of the carrier network. After that point the business internet would normally be then connected to the clients router.
What is dark fibre?
The biggest expense when building a Fibre network is not the fibre Optic Cable but the cost of leasing pits, conduit and trenches. Many ISPs and Telecommunication companies lay excess fibre to enable future use. Dark Fibre refers to those fibre optical cables that are not yet being used, while lit Fibre refers to the lines that are activated and in use or lit! a
How would a SD-WAN improve our service?
SD-WAN is an application that provides a Cloud based Orchestrator linked to each site. The orchestrator provides enhanced management, visibility and bandwidth control. By bonding multiple Carrier links the SD-WAN provides better network and internet performance and redundancy.
What Metro and Regional towns can Next Telecom deliver Fibre Internet to?
Next Telecom can deliver Fibre Internet into all major townships around Australia including the capitals of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin and Hobart and to larger and mid sized Regional townships. Regional Fibre availability across Australia is growing all the time.
We have delivered Fibre Internet to Newcastle, Wollongong, Eastern Creek, Tamworth, Port Kembla, Mascot, Parramatta, Baulkham Hills, Seven Hills, Castle Hill, Moorebank, Weatherill Park, North Sydney, Chatswood, Bondi Junction, Penrith, Blacktown, Gosford, Dubbo, Parks, Forbes, Wagga Wagga, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour, Nowra, Batemans Bay, Tamworth, Armidale, Forster, Taree, Bendigo, Ballarat, Geelong, Shepparton, Mornington, Dandenong, Traralgon, Morwell, South Melbourne, Port Melbourne, Tullamarine, Warrnambool, Echuca, Portland, Carrum Downs, Cranbourne, Berwick, Ringwood, Hawthorn, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Noosa Heads, Maryborough, Bundaberg, Rockhampton, Gladstone, Mackay, Cairns, Townsville, Palmerston, Casuarina, Launceston, Devonport, Geraldton, Fremantle, Rockingham, Bunbury, Port Augusta, Whyalla, Glenelg and many towns in between
Our Reach Fibre Internet network has almost unbeatable coverage. We can provide our own Fibre and have access to all of the major backhaul networks at the wholesale level. If we can't deliver Fibre for you, it probably means it's not available.