Is this the cheapest NBN Enterprise Ethernet 1Gb plan?
We have been reviewing our competitors online and no one seems to advertise NBN Enterprise Ethernet pricing. Well except for Next Telecom. So we set about requesting comparison quotes and we think our 500/500Mbps & 1000/1000Mbps NBN enterprise Ethernet plans are probably the cheapest high bandwidth NBN Business Fibre plans currently available.
Our CBD Zone Enterprise Ethernet Low CoS 1000/1000Mbs is priced from a low $949 a month, while our 500/500Mbps service is only $789 per month with free installation on 36 month agreement. In most cases no build costs will apply.
What is NBN Enterprise Ethernet?
NBN Enterprise Ethernet is the NBNco's Business Fibre product. It's available in bandwidths of 50/50Mbps up to 1000/1000Mbps and come as Low CoS (PIR = Peak Information Rate that bursts to the purchased bandwidth) and High CoS which provides consistent delivery of the bandwidth purchased.
Pricing is based on NBN zones CBD, Z1, Z2 and Z3. The cool part here is that NBN has designated around 130 regional locations as CBD Zone meaning those regional area's get the same price as Bourke St Melbourne or Pitt St Sydney. Another 110 regional locations will be designated as CBD Zone in the coming months. Even outside of the NBN Business Fibre Zones, Enterprise Ethernet is available in most of the NBN Business fixed line footprint. So if you can get NBN TC4 (standard NBN) at your business, there is a good chance you can get NBN Enterprise Ethernet.
All NBN Enterprise Ethernet business Fibre comes with unlimited data and and 12 hour fault rectification SLA as standard. With NBN Enterprise Ethernet the customer can elect to purchase enhanced SLAs (eSLAs) that can offer as little as a 4hr fault rectification SLA. You choose the NBN plan solution for your business.
Whats NBN Enterprise Ethernet mean for regional Business?
Well it means that regional business can access high speed fibre without having to pay ridiculous costs. It means business in regional centres are not restricted to a choice between standard NBN service (or worse ADSL) or paying the cost of a house for the Business Fibre internet. It means regional business can now access corporate NBN plans and get Enterprise grade internet when they were previously stuck with sub standard services. It means regional business can get a reliable and fast internet connection that can support hundreds of staff over a single link.