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Business NBN

Business NBN

Fast and Reliable Internet for Australian Businesses

Enterprise-level Ethernet connections that bring your business’s endpoints and devices up to speed. Ensure reliable connectivity across your entire business, supporting each and every user with best-in-class telecom solutions.

Looking for a better internet service for your business?

Discover the benefits of Business NBN from IT&T

At IT&T, we understand the needs of Australian businesses when it comes to internet services. You need a fast and reliable internet connection that can support your online activities, such as communicating with your customers, collaborating with your team, or accessing online tools and resources.



That’s why we offer Business NBN, an internet service that uses the nbn™ network to deliver internet access to businesses across Australia. Business NBN offers a range of speed tiers, reliability options, and technology types to suit your business needs and budget.

Looking for a better internet service for your business?

Check if NBN is available at your location

With Business NBN from IT&T, you can enjoy

Speed

Choose from a range of speed tiers, from 12Mbps to 1000Mbps, depending on your online activities and budget. You can also upgrade or downgrade your speed tier as your business needs change.


Reliability

Enjoy a network availability target of 99.9% for most services, which means that the network is expected to be operational for at least 99.9% of the time. You can also add optional service level agreements (SLAs) from IT&T for enhanced support and fault resolution.


Flexibility

Connect to the nbn™ network using a range of technologies, such as fibre, copper, wireless, or satellite, depending on what is available and suitable for your location and premises type. You can also switch between different technologies if needed.


Affordability

Pay a standard installation fee of $300 for most services, which covers the cost of connecting your premises to the nbn™ network. You can also choose from a variety of plans and features from IT&T that offer competitive prices and value.

How to get Business NBN from IT&T?

Getting Business NBN from IT&T is easy. Just follow these simple steps:

1.Check your address

Use our address checker tool to see if Business NBN is available at your location and what technology type you can get.

2.Choose a plan and feature

Compare different plans and features that IT&T offers for Business NBN services and select the one that meets your business needs and budget.

3.Get connected

Order your service and IT&T will book an nbn™ technician to install the equipment at your premises. You will also need a compatible modem or router from IT&T.

NBN Plans

Here’s our NBN plans for your business and company, made for you!

Basic

The basic version


79

1xstatic IP

Unlimited data

50/20 Mbps

Standard SLA

No lock in contract

Good For:

  • Ultra HD-streaming and conferencing
  • Faster upload and downloads

50

Download

20

Upload

Standard

Most popular choice


100

1xstatic IP

Unlimited data

100/40 Mbps

Standard SLA

No lock in contract

Good For:

  • Ultra HD-streaming and conferencing
  • Faster upload and downloads

100

Download

40

Upload

Enterprise

For whole company


200

1xstatic IP

Unlimited data

250/100 Mbps

Standard SLA

No lock in contract

Good For:

  • Ultra HD-streaming and conferencing
  • Faster upload and downloads

250

Download

100

Upload

Hardware and Product you need!

Choose nbn add-ons

access reliable and high-speed NBN internet, enabling seamless communication, efficient operations, and enhanced productivity.

NBN Connection Type, What NBN connection do I have?

What is FTTN?


Fibre-to-the-Node (FTTN) uses a fibre optic line to connect the nbn™ access network to a node (street cabinet) nearby the end user’s premises. The node then uses the existing copper network to make the final part of the network connection to the end user’s premises. The copper network typically terminates at a telecommunications outlet (telephone wall socket) inside the end user’s premises.FTTN utilises VDSL2 (Very-high-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line) technology.This is a newer (and faster) technology than ADSL and ADSL2+ (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line). VDSL2 uses a noise-cancelling technology called vectoring, working like noise-cancelling headphones, to cut out interference among the VDSL2 lines. VDSL2-compatible modems (required to operate a service over the nbn™ FTTN access network) are supplied to end users by their service provider or can be purchased by the end user from a third party.

What is FTTP?


Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) connects a fibre optic line from the nearest available node on the street to an end user’s premises, connecting them to the nbn™ access network. Standard installation involves mounting an nbn Premises Connection Device (PCD) or ‘utility box’ on the outside of the premises, an nbn Network Termination Device (NTD) or ‘connection device’ within the premises, and an optional battery backup unit (BBU) if required. The nbn connection box connects to the end user’s own or service provider-supplied modem which provides Wi-Fi and other in-home capabilities.

What is FTTB?


Fibre to the Building (FTTB) is used for connecting an apartment block or similar building to the nbn™ access network. Fibre optic lines connect the nbn™ access network to a node or DSLAM (‘Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer’) in the building’s communications room, and from there the building’s existing copper cabling is used to connect each apartment. FTTB utilises VDSL2 (Very-high-bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line) technology. This is a newer (and faster) technology than ADSL and ADSL2+ (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line). VDSL2 uses a noise-cancelling technology called vectoring, working like noise-cancelling headphones, to cut out interference among the VDSL2 lines. VDSL2-compatible modems (required to operate a service over the nbn™ FTTB access network) are supplied to end users by their service provider or can be purchased by the end user from a third party.


What is FTTC?


Fibre to the Curb (FTTC) connection is used in circumstances where fibre is extended close to your premises, connecting to a small Distribution Point Unit (DPU), generally located inside a pit on the street. From here, the existing copper network is connected to the fibre to form the final nbn™ connection. To power your nbn™ FTTC service with electricity and provide your connection to the nbn™ network, an nbn™ connection box will be required inside your home or business.

What is Hybrid Fiber Coaxial (HFC)?


HFC is a network technology that allows two-way, high speed broadband content (voice, video and data) to be delivered to the home using a combination of fibre and coaxial cable. An nbn HFC connection is used in circumstances where the existing pay TV or cable network can be used to make the final part of the nbn™ access network connection.

Ready to get started?

Contact us today to find out more about Business NBN from IT&T and how it can help your business grow. Don’t miss this opportunity to get fast and reliable internet for your business with Business NBN from IT&T.

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