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Vodafone launches new nbn® for Aussie SMEs

Vodafone is introducing a limited-time promotion, offering up to $10 off per month on selected Business Broadband nbn® plans for the initial 6 months. This enticing deal is available until April 30, 2024.

The recently launched Business Broadband nbn® plans by Vodafone boast high-speed connectivity, unlimited data, and flexible terms with no lock-in contracts, presenting an attractive option for businesses seeking a high-value internet solution. All plans include a complimentary static IP address and a business-grade modem (with $0 upfront cost for a 24-month commitment), featuring 4G mobile backup capabilities.

Crafted to keep small businesses connected and competitive, these plans deliver high-speed access, unlimited data, and flexibility without contractual obligations at affordable rates.

Vodafone customers can enjoy additional savings of $15 per month when bundling the Business Broadband nbn® service with a new or existing Vodafone postpaid mobile plan on the same account. Looking ahead to 2024, Vodafone business clients with eligible Fibre-to-the-Node (FTTN) and Fibre-to-the-Curb (FTTC) connections will have the opportunity to upgrade their outdated copper connections to state-of-the-art fibre connections at no cost, courtesy of the NBN Fibre Connect upgrade program.

Available plans:

Business nbn® Essential +: $70 per month (usually $85/mth or discounted to $70/mth when bundled with a Vodafone postpaid mobile plan)

Business nbn® Fast: $85 per month (usually $105/mth; discounted to $85/mth for the first 6 months when bundled)

Business nbn® Superfast: $105 per month (usually $130/mth; discounted to $105/mth for the first 6 months when bundled)

Business nbn® Ultrafast:* $115 per month (usually $140/mth; discounted to $115/mth for the first 6 months when bundled)

Australian small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are facing the challenge of embracing modern technologies, with approximately 30% planning to increase their tech expenditure by up to 10%¹. Despite this, concerns about inflation are prevalent, with a third of SMBs already cutting down on non-essential spending and over a quarter adopting stricter budget and expense tracking².

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