Hundreds of business customers are temporarily - and in some cases permanently - losing their existing phone number when they migrate to the NBN.
Telstra and TPG have begun publishing performance data which allows consumers to compare fixed line NBN speeds with fixed wireless NBN speeds.
Telstra CEO, Andy Penn, has signalled "a difficult trading period ahead” blaming the rollout of nbn for "triggering a step change in the competitive environment."
Vodafone Australia claims 39 percent of Australian fixed broadband users could switch to mobile instead of migrating to the National Broadband Network (nbn).
Managed mobile routers are proving a popular alternative to fixed line internet for VoicePlus business customers across a range of industry verticals.
A leading IT and telecommunications entrepreneur has predicted that TPG will overtake Optus and Vodafone in the next five years, and could be the number 1 telco company in Australia in ten years.
Transitioning a business or enterprise to nbn will require significant in-house IT resources, vigilant project management - and lots of time on the phone to nbn Co. and Telstra .
After transitioning 2,000+ business sites to nbn, we have learned a thing or two...now you can benefit from our knowledge and insights and minimise the risk of disruption and downtime for your business.
The NSW Business Chamber has called for a nbn Service Guarantee as a survey of members shows an average loss of $9,000 per site due to delays, disruption and new equipment required during migration.
Eligible businesses who have not transitioned to the nbn are now being cut-off. They will face a 3-4 month wait for new lines to be connected and will lose their previous phone number(s).