Are You Happy With Your Internet Speed?
NBN is here! If you not connected your missing out on some serious speed!
I am on NBN and my internet is humming.
The internet is about to get a whole lot faster. With the rollout of the National Broadband Network (nbn) old technology used to deliver the internet and phone are being replaced with superior connections, which means access to next generation internet and phone services that are much faster, more reliable and more affordable. The nbn is a government initiative owned by nbn co and is one of Australia’s largest ever infrastructure projects. Initial internet speeds will be as high as 100Mbps with the potential to increase to one gigabit per second (1Gbps) in years to come. The nbn will help your business become more productive, more efficient and more than ready for a digital future.
The nbn will use a mixture of technologies depending on your location: fixed wireless, optic fibre, VDSL2+ and next-generation satellite. Around 93% of the Australia’s population will be connected with fibre while rural and remote locations will be serviced by fixed wireless and satellite connections.
The nbn will revolutionise the way you do business. Not only will you get faster connections and consistent speeds, the nbn will enable businesses to take advantage of digital technologies regardless of their location, gain valuable access to new markets and compete on a global scale. As the NBN (National Broadband Network) replaces our existing copper wire network, businesses will have access to high-speed internet and improved phone services, along with smart solutions like cloud services, video calls, live chat and remote working.
The nbn is now rolling out across Australia. Some areas are already nbn ready, while new areas are being connected every month. To find out when your area will get nbn check out the interactive rollout map. And there’s no need to worry, you will be given plenty of notice when nbn is coming to your area.
Plus, if you are a Commander customer we’ll keep you updated on the latest nbn plans and let you know when it’s time to switch over and get connected. You can also sign up here on the Commander website to stay informed about when the nbn is about to hit your area.
We have a range of different plans, but we can help you find the right plan for you depending on the size of your business, the speed of the service you require as well as the monthly data allowance you need. And you can save even more by bundling your Commander nbn Broadband plan with a Commander Phone plan.
When it comes to choosing a nbn phone plan, you first want to find out if your current office phones are suited to make and receive calls over the nbn network. If your office phones are capable of making and receiving calls over the nbn network, you simply require a Commander Smart Voice plan when you sign up a nbn plan with us. If you require office phones, then our Commander Phone is your choice.
Whether your are a small office and need 2 handsets and 2 lines or a large corporation with PBX and other call features, we can help.
We understand that keeping your IT infrastructure up and running is of major importance to you and your business.
Feedback from our customers has shown that 50% of business’s are unhappy with the IT support they receive and that their IT set up does not meet their expectations.
We understand that when installing, maintaining or upgrading your phone infrastructure you need two things, firstly, to minimize downtime and secondly, to have a phone system installation that is functional, long lasting and reliable.
When you need help with your phone systems you want to talk to experts that can quickly diagnose the problem and most importantly, fix it promptly.
The internet is about to get a whole lot faster. Australia’s new national broadband network is rolling out across the country
If we lost the Network, thousands of people would not be working as efficiently as possible. Downtime for systems which were originally down more than three hours a week, are now limited to just two minutes.
Moving from 98% to up to 99.9% availability, uptime issues have gone away from our operational agenda,” says Thompson.
Near continuous availability has eliminated planned and unplanned downtime, resulting in greater productivity for Regis.
We find Vocus are responsive and quick to react when we do have anything go wrong. For example, a while ago we had a bushfire burn through a fibre cable, and everything went down at one of our locations. They had it up and running again within eight hours.
I am quick to complain when something goes wrong, but am also quick to say thanks when something good goes our way.
The tech that was onsite yesterday was just so helpful and not only sorted the few things we had/needed changed, but also fixed the line that was causing trouble in Proshop and identified that the problem had actually been caused by previous technician and was never going to be able to be fixed without someone caring enough to look properly.
If this is the level of service and caring we are going to receive from this tech then THANK YOU, it has completely restored my faith in phone technicians. Not only did he know his stuff, I was able to leave when I needed to and leave him here doing his thing as he made sure we discussed what we needed and wanted done as soon as he arrived.
I have every confidence in him and ask you pass on my thanks. “
Andrew quickly identified the needs of Austcover and was able to carefully match these needs with Commander’s product profile