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Choose a smart NBN connection

Unlock the power of the cloud with fast and reliable NBN and be rewarded with Qantas Points

Normally $80 per month

Lite

NBN 25

  • Unlimited data
  • Typical average speed of 24.1Mbps (9am to 5pm AEST)
  • 3 Qantas Points for every $1 spent when you agree to a 36 month term

$2880Min. charge over 36 mths

$960Min. charge over 12 mths

Bundle witha phone plan$70per month

Normally $90 per month

Business

NBN 50

  • Unlimited data
  • Typical average speed of 47.4Mbps (9am to 5pm AEST)
  • 3 Qantas Points for every $1 spent when you agree to a 36 month term

$3240Min. charge over 36 mths

$1080Min. charge over 12 mths

Bundle witha phone plan$75per month

Normally $120 per month

Premium

NBN 100

  • Unlimited data
  • Typical average speed of 83.4Mbps (9am to 5pm AEST)
  • 3 Qantas Points for every $1 spent when you agree to a 36 month term

$4320Min. charge over 36 mths

$1440Min. charge over 12 mths

Bundle witha phone plan$100per month

bundled NBN

Bundled NBN

Bundle your choice of three NBN plans and save when you choose any of our ONdesk or Onsip cloud phone solutions. Inclusive of a free modem ready to plug and play, each of our NBN plans offer unlimited data, so there will be no excess data charges or surprises.

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What is the NBN?

The NBN, or the National Broadband Network, is an upgrade to Australia's phone and internet infrastructure. It inlcudes a variety of new and existing broadband technologies such as new fibre-optic cable, existing copper lines, fixed wireless and satellite.

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Things to know about the NBN

You won't be automatically connected

The NBN isn't the phone company. Once your area becomes NBN ready, the existing copper network will be turned off. If you want to avoid being disconnected you need to talk to a service provider. If you leave it to the last minute, you could miss the chance of being connected on time.

You don't have a choice on your connection

There's been a lot of talk about FTTC, FTTP, HFC, FTTB, etc., but honestly, it doesn't matter. The NBN will install whichever connection works in your area; you don't have a say. That's why some areas will have different connections. The speed of your NBN connection will depend on which service you're on and how your service provider manages it, which is why not all NBN connections will be equal.

You choose which service provider to use

This is excellent news. In the past, the big Telcos had a stranglehold on the market and have been able to charge pretty much way they like. The NBN is a real game changer and creates opportunities for the consumer to shop around and get a better deal, it also opens up opportunities to use Cloud-based systems which are cheaper and more reliable.

The NBN is only the start

Once you're connected you'll be able to access opportunities that haven't been previously available in Australia. The big news is; if you're a business with multiple phone lines and you switch to a Cloud-based hosted system you'll be able to cut your phone costs dramatically which is why it's crucial to talk to the right service provider.

The NBN unlocks the cloud

Because Vonex NBN plans give you better upload and download speeds plus unlimited data, you'll be able to take full advantage of the Cloud, which means you'll be able to store and access data anywhere in the world. Not only is it a far more practical way to do business it offers greater reliability at a reduced cost.

The NBN isn't the only option

There is another way, choose High Speed Fibre Internet, up to 10 times faster than NBN which speeds up to 1000Mbps. Business Fibre is the Rolls Royce on internet connections and provides enough bandwidth to run all your communication needs and more. NBN Fact Sheet

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