Optus nbn for Business

Learn about the National Broadband Network in Australia

You've probably heard about the nbn™ and that it will deliver high-capacity internet businesses across Australia. But what does the nbn mean for your business?

There are several ways that nbn internet can help your business:

Save time, work faster

Save time and money by researching online and using internet banking, and benefit from faster download times for large files and when browsing content-heavy websites.

Video Collaboration

Enjoy video conferencing with less buffering and better image quality, or use HD video to promote your business to potential customers.

Access Big Data

Use HD video and images in your marketing and communications; share and access larger files with staff and clients.

Cloud-based Storage

Backup your information using cloud-based storage and access it anytime, anywhere.

The cloud also makes it easier to share business documents, photos and presentations with your colleagues and clients (third-party application required. Additional charges may apply).

Regional Locations Rollout

  • Helps provide improvements in speed for many regional-based businesses.
  • Provide your staff with flexible working practices such as remote teleworking. This will help enable you to attract and retain skilled staff that may not live close to the office.
  • Online training, cloud and file sharing with employees in regional locations.
NBN for Business

View Our nbn Plans For Business

Want to get your business started with nbn internet? Find out if nbn has reached your location by checking serviceability. Call 1300 652 080 to discuss whether you can get nbn and which plans would suit your needs. You can also view our nbn Business Plans.

Learn about the nbn

Want to know more about nbn? Visit our resource page "What is nbn" or find out how to get nbn connected.

Important notes

Serviceability: Available in selected areas. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee installation until we successfully install your service.

Speed: Internet speeds indicated are maximum theoretical speeds only. This doesn't mean that you will experience the maximum speeds at all times, in fact you will typically experience slower speeds due to a number of factors including demand on the Network and local conditions such as internet traffic, your line condition, your hardware and software, the data source or destination and your location that prevent or interfere with reception and speed.