nbn™ Business Failover Bundle
Check out Telair’s competitive nbn™ Business Failover Bundle plans below! These plans are great for combining with a Telair uPBX, or add on a bundled SIP service. Pricing includes GST.
nbn™ Typical Busy Period Speed: 48Mbps
Minimum cost over 36 months: $5,724
nbn™ Typical Busy Period Speed: 98Mbps
Minimum cost over 36 months: $6,804
A note about nbn™ speeds...
Any speeds mentioned are only an indication of what you may experience on your service. Your speed will be affected by factors including the technology over which services are delivered to your premises, network configuration and traffic management (particularly during peak periods when more people are online), the nbn™ powered plan you choose, the performance of your modem, Wi-Fi, cabling, and other devices in your premises. Your speed will be particularly affected even further during peak usage times (10am to 3pm). Refer to the Key Facts Sheet: nbn Broadband document for more information relating to speeds on the nbn™ network.
Note: The 4G Failover service will only work in areas with sufficient 3G or 4G Optus mobile data coverage. 4G speeds are not available when in 3G only coverage areas. Any 3G or 4G speeds provided by the 4G Failover service are best effort only.
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nbn Technology Explained
Confused about the various ways in which nbn™ is connected? Look no further!
The technology type used for nbn™ connections will vary depending on location and when the network was switched on in that area. Telair unfortunately has no control over which type is used due to the underlying infrastructure in place.
Fibre to the Premises (FTTP)
- Population covered: ~25%
- Theoretical Speeds: Up to 1Gbps
Fibre to the Node/Basement/Curb (FTTN/FTTB/FTTC)
- Population covered: ~43%
- Theoretical Speeds: Up to 100Mbps
Hybrid Fibre-Coaxial (HFC)
- Population covered: ~27%
- Theoretical Speeds: Up to 250Mbps
- Population covered: ~5%
- Theoretical Speeds: Up to 75Mbps