MyRepublic targets Australian small businesses with new range of broadband plans

Purpose-built National Broadband Network (NBN) internet service provider MyRepublic has launched its first plans specifically designed for small businesses in Australia.

The move sees the firm expanding beyond the Australian consumer broadband market since its launch in late 2016.“ In the 18 months we’ve been in the Australian market, we’ve seen the overwhelming demand for better service quality and faster speeds – not just for the consumer but the business market as well,” said MyRepublic Australia MD Nicholas Demos.

[affilinet_performance_ad size=250×250]

Subscribers can opt for either plan on a 12 or 24-month term. The company’s two new plans are MyBusiness Lite, which offers customers on NBN50 for A$79.99/month, and MyBusiness Pro, which gives subscribers on NBN100 for A$94.99/month.

“Small businesses are the entrepreneurial building blocks of Australia. These are the businesses that represent innovation, efficiency and progress, attributes we live by.’

“When you’re facing so many challenges as a small business owner, you don’t want to worry about issues like data limits or slow speeds. With these new plans, we aim to provide a smooth and worry-free broadband service for entrepreneurs to operate and grow their businesses,” Demos added.

[affilinet_performance_ad size=728×90]

Categories: ANZ, Broadband, NBN

Tags: ,

Leave a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: