Among the first service providers that will take advantage of NBN for Business will be Internode, iiNet, M2/iPrimus, and Macquarie Telecom.
"Internode welcomes the NBN For Business service enhancement – it will ensure that we can continue to deliver services that meet the exact requirements of our small business and corporate customers now and well into the future," said Internode product manager Jim Kellett.
"The enhancement offers us more flexibility to package products in the way that matches our customers' business needs, with the reliability and speed that fibre networks bring."
NBN for Business will also provide extended support for service providers, including a one-hour response time and seven-days-per-week service.
Jim Hassell, head of product development and sales for NBN Co, said "NBN for Business offers service providers the tools to tailor packages for businesses, allowing them to make use of a host of new digital tools to increase productivity and maintain their competitive edge.
"By embracing new technologies, Australian businesses can become more agile and responsive to their customers' needs, potentially lower their operating costs and open up new markets."