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MyNetFone lures SMBs with communications ‘health check’

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In the increasingly competitive telecommunications and broader communications market, VoIP provider MyNetFone is enticing customers with the offer to SMBs of a free service to analyse their communications needs and how to take advantage of the National Broadband Network.

The hosted voice and data communications communications company says it has created a customised nine-page report to help small- and medium-sized businesses find ways to save on telecommunications and analyse the best communications requirements to help them get ahead.

As part of the service, MyNetFone says its experts will examine how prepared the business is to take advantage of the NBN and how faster Internet speeds could affect the future direction of the business.

According to MyNetFone, the capability to deliver quality voice services over an internet-based (IP) network — “instead of old fashion telephone lines” — has delivered great flexibility and the potential for big cost savings for Australian business.

“Using IP communications means escaping the high costs of traditional networks. MyNetFone business customers typically save up to 60% vs the traditiomal providers. And, even better, they are free of traditional network limits. For example, a virtual PBX phone system can be managed online in real time without the expensive outlay of a traditional PBX, while phone and fax numbers are made geo-independent – so it's easy to retain your number when you move office.

"Ccommunications are the foundation of modern business communication services and IP can replace old-fashioned technologies like on-premise PBXs, office fax machines, or ISDN phone lines. IP ensures your office is prepared for the NBN and beyond.”

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