What is NBN?

The NBN is an upgrade to the nations existing telecommunications infrastructure providing high speeds to all Australian premises.

A mix of technologies such as fibre, fibre to the basement, wireless, and satellite are being installed all over the country region by region, with some parts already NBN ready. Eventually, it will replace the old copper infrastructure networks that we currently use for our home phone and broadband services.

How can NBN increase your connection speed?

Compare the speed. The NBN is a lot faster than ADSL. For example, if you purchased a 2.0GB HD movie to download, then the difference in download time would be around.

NBN Connection Speed

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NBN benefits for your business

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Quality first
(Uninterrupted, clear and smooth voice and video calls)

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Fast speed delivery
(NBN enables faster uploads and downloads)

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Reliable Internet Service
(NBN internet speeds is not affected by extreme heat or rain)

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Business Sharing
(NBN delivers the best experience when it comes to sharing multiple devices online at the same time enabling richer business experience.)

NBN Access Types

The National Broadband Network comes in different forms depending on which area you’re located. We will let you know which type of NBN is available to you. The three types are NBN Fibre, NBN Fixed Wireless and NBN Satellite. Clarus currently only offers NBN Fibre and NBN Fixed Wireless. The objective is to give as many people as possible access to faster internet and improved phone services sooner.

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NBN Fibre

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NBN Wireless

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NBN Satellite

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NBN Fibre to the Basement

NBN Connection – How it works

Step 1: NBN Roll Out

NBN roll out

The NBN Co. is installing cables, suburb by suburb, all over Australia. The cables are optic fibre and deliver much faster internet speeds. Once NBN Co. start laying cables in your location it may take 12 months until all streets are serviced and you can connect your Business. If you are in a fixed wireless area, NBN Co. will erect a wireless base station to service your local area.

Step 2: The utility box installation

The utility box installation

The utility box is a must and is provided and installed by NBN Co. outside the exterior wall of your business place. The good news is that it is installed at no cost.

Step 3: NBN plan thats best for your business

NBN plan that’s best for your business

Once the NBN is installed and completed at your location. You will receive a call from NBN. When that happens you’ll need to select a suitable NBN plan from us. Our plans start from just $00/mth up to an unlimited plan with 100/40Mbps speeds possible for $00/mth. For more information call us now.

Step 4: Connection day

Connection day

When you reach this step, the NBN Co. will need to install a few bits and pieces inside your home. The good news is that when you upgrade to Clarus we will manage this with NBN Co for you. Everyone needs the same equipment fitted at their business premises. Having the service set up with us, will be a hassle free process. As we manage everything super – well for you.

Sneak peek into how NBN works

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