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).
OK I'm just going to put this out there...transitioning to the nbn will take your business at least 3 months, and for most it will be a difficult and time-consuming process.
VoicePlus is project managing the transition to nbn of more than 2,000 sites across Australia for customers in retail, road transport, defence, and machinery industries.
The end of January signalled the cut-off date for almost 100,000 homes and businesses required to move to the NBN or lose their phone and internet lines.
NBN Co. is warning customers to switch from their legacy systems to the NBN as soon as they are eligible, in an attempt to mitigate problems caused by last minute moves.
Even the Prime Minister admits it was a "big mistake", so what should business do now about the nbn ?
Every week its another headline about the NBN and none of it is good news. Should Australian business adopt the NBN or bypass the technology altogether?
Strong rumours are spreading across the globe that the iPhone 8 will be revealed by Apple at an event on Tuesday 12 September.
When the Australian Government cancelled the 457 visa in April, it put American-born NBN Co. CEO, Bill Morrow, in an awkward position. Now the Government has backed down and revised the new legislation to protect senior IT workers.
NBN Co. is seeking changes to legislation for mobile phone antenna installation by redefining what is classified as a “low-impact facility” under telecommunications law.