More Telecom broadband: Business NBN and ADSL plans compared

Choose between NBN fibre or fixed wireless, ADSL2 and phone bundles or mobile broadband, all the way up to business-grade SHDSL connectivity with More Telecom.

Is More Telecom right for me?

  • What does More Telecom offer? More Telecom offers NBN, ADSL and mobile broadband services with a range of business-focused benefits.
  • Product highlights: More Telecom offers higher speeds than residential broadband plans as well as 4G backup service for fixed line plans.
  • Watch out for: Should you want (or need) to cancel your contract early, you'll have to pay a sizeable early termination fee and return any modems included with your plan.

More Telecom NBN Plans

More Telecom's NBN plans explained

More Telecom’s NBN plans are aimed at businesses wanting a reliable Internet service with high average speeds during regular office hours. These plans operate on 24-month contracts only and support both fixed line and fixed wireless NBN access technologies.

On the speed front, you can choose from three of the four main NBN speed tiers: Basic, Standard Plus and Premium. Depending on the access technology available at your business, you may not be eligible for all three speed tiers.

More Telecom ADSL Plans

More Telecom's ADSL plans explained

For those businesses not in an NBN coverage area, More Telecom’s range of ADSL and SHDSL plans offer high-speed Internet connectivity and phone bundles. While the SHDSL plans – like the NBN plans – offer unlimited data, the ADSL plans are capped at 500GB per month.

More Telecom mobile broadband plans

More Telecom's mobile broadband plans explained

Using parts of the Telstra 3G and 4G networks, More Telecom offers mobile broadband plans aimed at businesses that rely on staying connected while employees are out and about. These plans feature no lock-in contracts and no set-up fees.

More Telecom Extras

Traditional phone services can be added to any of More Telecom's broadband plans, too. Pricing starts at $36.95 a month for basic line rental with pay-as-you-go calls and tops out at $99.95 a month for unlimited local, national and mobile calls.

More Telecom offers a range of additional services alongside its broadband plans. These include 24/7 alarm monitoring, business website hosting, email hosting, NBN-ready EFTPOS terminal rental and virtual private servers.

How does More Telecom compare?

  • Plenty of business-focused features like higher bandwidth and extra phone lines
  • Support for a broad range of connections including NBN, ADSL and mobile broadband
  • Pricing is at the premium end of the scale

As a business-focused Internet provider, More Telecom does not offer month-by-month plans. Its NBN and ADSL plans are available on 24-month contracts only, while SHDSL and non-NBN fibre is available on 12-, 24- and 36-month contracts.

While some providers offer cheaper plans with what appear to be the same inclusions, the detail in the fine print is telling – More Telecom’s unlimited data is actually unlimited. SpinTel’s cheaper plans appear better value, but only offer minimal data inclusions outside business hours, so if you’re looking for NBN for the home/office, More Telecom offers more value.

Why should you consider More Telecom?

More Telecom's appeal lies in its business-focused services. While it charges a premium for most of its broadband plans compared to the competition, it offsets this with extras like static IP addresses, business-grade performance and 24/7 technical support.

Another positive is that More Telecom only meters downloads on its ADSL products. Its NBN and business-grade SHDSL plans all include unlimited data (regardless of the time of day), so monitoring your monthly usage is unnecessary.

If you’re looking for a good price on business-grade Internet, with the certainty of readily-accessible technical support and many optional add-on services like VoIP, cloud-hosted PBX and more, More Telecom is well worth considering for the business customer.

How to contact More Telecom

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