CONTROL YOUR BUSINESS' OUTCOMES
WHY AXECOM NBN?
DEDICATED BUSINESS SUPPORT
Enjoy peace of mind knowing you will have a dedicated support team to ensure a seamless process with Axecom
Depending on the what you use internet for you can choose a speed that will have you covered
Never worry about your business' high demands for data with all of our plans having unlimited data
CHOOSE YOUR NBN PLAN
AXECOM NBN PLANS ALLOW YOU TO CONTROL YOUR OUTCOMES
Whether you need internet access to just browse, check and send emails or higher demands to meet cloud based solutions your business may be running, choosing the right NBN solution is imperative to make sure your business is running as efficiently as possible. Axecom can help you find the right NBN solution to fit your business.
The right partner supporting your business to be ready for any change is paramount, at Axecom reliability and stability are our key objectives and outcomes backed by our dedicated support team whether your business is large or small.
Axecom puts you in control and is ready for whatever the next digital revolution brings.
WHAT DOWNLOAD SPEED WILL I ACHIEVE?
The NBN download speed you can achieve at your premise is influenced by many factors. How close you are to the node and the quality and age of the copper running from the node to your premises are determiners of network speed.
WHAT NETWORK TECHNOLOGY WILL BE USED TO CONNECT MY PREMISES?
The NBN network uses a range for technologies to deliver higher internet speeds across Australia. NBN aims to deliver at least 50Mbps download speeds to 90% of fixed line premises.
NBN FIBRE TO PREMISES (FTTP)
This where a fibre optic line is installed all the way to your premises
NBN FIBRE TO NODE (FTTN)
Fibre is installed in a newly built cabinet nearby on the street and then connected to the existing copper network
NBN FIBRE TO BUILDING (FTTB)
Fibre is installed to a building. The fibre is connected to a cabinet in the building.
HYBRID nbn FIBRE COAXIL (HFC)
This is used where the exisiting cable network can be used to reach the premises
nbn Fixed wireless is a connection where data is sent from a transmission tower and travels wirelesly to an antenna that has been fitted by an nan approved installer to the premises roof
Some remote and rural locations services over the nbn network can be delivered via satellite. A satellite dish is installed on the premises and receives the nbn network signal from satellite