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What to consider when choosing a Telstra business broadband plan

In the 21st century, making sure your business is connected all the time is essential, so choosing a business broadband plan that offers peace of mind with your connectivity is wise.

Telstra offers a selection of business broadband plans for all different connection types, including ADSL, mobile broadband and the NBN. All are available on no-lock-in, month-to-month contracts.

For fixed-line broadband connections, you'll receive a modem router with your service as well as a static IP address for your business. If you cancel your contract within 24 months of connecting, you'll need to pay out the remaining cost of the included modem at a rate of $9 per month remaining.

Some business broadband bundles also include the peace of mind of switching to the Telstra mobile network during a fixed-line outage, unlimited uploads with any uploads you make not counted as part of your monthly quota, and the ability to include business apps like Office 365 in your monthly broadband bill.

Why you should consider Telstra business broadband

As the country's largest provider of broadband and mobile services, Telstra is available practically everywhere in Australia, making it an easy choice for small business owners.

Because Telstra has traditionally run a lot of the fixed-line infrastructure in Australia, it has always charged a premium price for its plans, which it justified by the premium network it offered to its customers. For business customers, there is still a premium attached to Telstra's costs, though the fact you can combine your business applications, services and work phone line into a single account helps explain some of this extra cost.

Telstra has recently launched the Telstra Plus program, which allows customers (including small businesses) to earn points monthly when they pay their bill. Via the Telstra Plus store, customers can redeem their points on devices, accessories and more. Telstra also offers free, dedicated small business support specialists in-store to give your business the help it needs, so you can get the most from your business broadband connection.


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