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National ISP,  iiNet, has released  a range of new NBN business bundles to provide what it says is simplicity and value for customers with high speed internet bundled in with local and national calls.

According to Greg Bader, iiNet’s Chief Business Officer, the new plans are offered at a “market leading price,” and that customer feedback was crucial in developing the plans. “Overwhelmingly customers wanted simplicity and predictability of spend.”

“We’ve made it simple to transition to the NBN so customers can focus on what they do best - running their business,” said Greg.

“The sooner business connects to the NBN, the quicker they can benefit from the increased bandwidth of their high speed connection. This means they can provide faster response times to their customers, and enjoy the improved reliability that NBN offers over traditional copper based solutions.

“Our market leading products, awesome customer service and the highly competitive pricing of our NBN plans make iiNet a natural choice for business. It plays to our challenger strengths and our ability to disrupt the market with value-driven services.”

iiNet’s NBN business bundles start from $79.95 per month for minimum speeds of 25Mbps and come with a new Netphone 2 product which includes all local and standard national calls.

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