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Business grade broadband

Indicative Broadband Coverage for Port Macquarie LGA

Port Macquarie-Hastings Council in 2016 partnered with Digital Economy Group (DEG) to develop an indicative broadband coverage map across the entire local government area and is now available to download:

 PMHC Broadband Coverage Map3MB pdf(PDF, 3MB)

 

Business grade hi-speed broadband providers

There are currently a number of high speed broadband providers locally using a range of telecommunications technology including ADSL/ADSL2+, fixed wireless, 3G/4G and fibre:

c2a broadband supplier logo

C2a provide a number of Business Grade Plans using Fixed wireless up to 20mbps / 20mbps data speeds.

 

http://c2a.com.au/

Ultimate Communications broadband supplier logo

Ultimate Communication Solutions can provide hi-speed broadband delivery for business including wireless, 3G/4G and ADSL.

Optus broadband supplier logo

Undertaking a service check on your address at the Optus website will match you up with the best technology (ADSL, Cable or Wireless).

http://www.optus.com.au/business/broadband-internet

Telstra broadband supplier logo

Telstra offer ADSL and ADSL2+ business broadband plans as well as 3G/4G/4GX mobile broadband plans.

 

https://www.telstra.com.au/small-business/broadband

Vertel broadband supplier logo

A national telecommunications carrier, Vertel specialise in Fixed Wireless networks delivered over carrier grade microwave and fibre infrastructure.

http://vertel.com.au

Are you a hi-speed broadband provider in the Port Macquarie region? If so please contact us to be included in this listing.

 

Case Studies

Oxley Insurance Brokers and Vertel 

Oxley Insurance Brokers undertook a body of works in conjunction with Vertel and BMS Solutions to increase their inter-office efficiencies and find a solution to poor internet access for their staff.

 

Clifton Drive GP Super Clinic and C2a

GP Super Clinic were launching in October 2014 and 6 weeks from launch were notified that they were unable to have phone lines installed. They found a solution working with C2a

This page was last updated on: 13 February 2017