If your a larger business needing faster bandwidths than standard nbn, the nbn Enterprise Ethernet is a great option. nbn Enterprise Ethernet is the nbn network's Business Fibre Internet service offering high performance internet up to 1Gb across the nbn fixed line footprint.
Now your outer metro and regional sites can share a single cost effective high quality data network with fast internet bandwidths up to 1000/1000 Mbps.
Business Fibre Internet on the nbn® network
Symmetrical speeds up to 10Gbps
Full end to end fibre direct to your office locations
Great Value nbn Enterprise Ethernet pricing from $369
Eligible businesses can access a $0 fibre install
Class of Service options available - get the quality of service you need
Fast Fault Fix SLA - 4hr 24x7 fault fix available
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If your a larger business needing faster bandwidths than standard nbn, the nbn Enterprise Ethernet is a great option. nbn Enterprise Ethernet is the nbn network's Business Fibre Internet service offering high performance internet up to 1Gb across the nbn fixed line footprint. Now your outer metro and regional sites can share a single cost effective high quality data network with fast internet bandwidths up to 1000/1000 Mbps. Find out about our nbn Enterprise Ethernet pricing.
If your business is on the nbns fixed line footprint you can can get nbn Business Fibre Internet connected directly to your business site. This gives many businesses that were previously unable to get fibre, access to high speed fibre Internet services with $0 install available in many locations on a 36 month term. (subject to site qualification)
All NBN Enterprise Ethernet Pricing is subject to confirmation following site qualification check. Ex Gst. Build cost (if required) POA based on Number of sites, Bandwidth, CoS and Contract Term. Zone needs to be confirmed for pricing. Based on 36 Mth agreement. 12 & 24 month Terms available. Ability to order enhanced fault restoration SLAs with rebates. Alternate Fibe may be substituted where it is more cost effective and this will be declared prior to ordering.
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Business fibre over nbn Enterprise Ethernet is now broadly available across the nbn fixed line footprint. Enterprise Ethernet brings dedicated end-to-end fibre to any site in Australia located within the nbn fixed line footprint. Eligible businesses can now access a $0 fibre install on a 36-month contract (subject to a site qualification check*).
A few years ago, 10/10Mbps was the standard business grade data bandwidth. Enterprise Ethernet is widely available and cost effective. Dedicated bandwidth gives you predictable, rapid performance for a great user experience – so that you can collaborate with ease.
If you’re a larger business on a fixed-line nbn service looking at a fibre upgrade to achieve up to 10/10 Gigabit symmetrical speeds, then nbn Business Fibre Enterprise Ethernet is a great option. Other bandwidths are available starting at 50Mbps and then in 100Mbps increments.
Our Reach Fibre Internet is a great and typically more cost effective option than nbn Enterprise Ethernet High CoS. Click through to see the features you get with Reach Business Fibre Internet.
A 12hr fault fix SLA is standard on Enterprise Ethernet and Enhanced SLAs (eSLA) of 8 and 4hrs fault fix is available in most locations. See below for further explanation of the fast fix eSLAs.
(CoS)Class of service is a way to manage different types of traffic over a network by giving certain types of traffic priority over others. Low CoS & High CoS nbn Enterprise Ethernet Business Fibre are available from Next Telecom with High CoS being a dedicated (1:1) service with bandwidth warranties.
There are two access options for connecting to the Internet through nbn business Fibre using Next Telecom Enterprise Ethernet;
Low CoS or CoS-Low is a Peak Information Rate (PIR) service. PIR is the top bandwidth point of allowed traffic in non-busy times without any guaranteed bandwidth. For example, if you connect a 100Mbps CoS-Low service you will get a maximum 100Mbps but it is a ‘best efforts’ service and your connection is shared (or contended). This means you may not get that bandwidth at all times depending on the other users on the network. CoS-Low is good for internet browsing and Cloud connectivity.
High CoS or CoS-High is a Committed Information Rate (CIR) service. CIR is the minimum guaranteed traffic that will be delivered on the network. For example, if you connect a 100Mpbs CoS-High service, you will have 100Mbps at the network termination device at all times – it’s a 1:1 dedicated service. CoS-High is used for time sensitive applications such as voice, video and Citrix because 100% of the bandwidth is committed.
You can change bandwidth and CoS options at any time to suit your business needs. Check out our nbn Enterprise Ethernet pricing above.