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NBN-loving ISP MyRepublic has finally launched plans specifically for small businesses in Australia, marking the company's expansion beyond consumer NBN plans since November 2016.

The two new plans are "MyBusiness Lite", which places customers on "NBN 50 for $79.99/month", and "MyBusiness Pro", which places subscribers on "NBN 100 for $94.99/month" – with an image of both plans at the end of the article.

The company says its plans "save some precious hours for the notoriously time-poor small business owners of Australia" as "both plans provide access to the fastest possible NBN broadband speeds, unlimited data, prioritised customer support and come bundled with a business-enabled device".

Either plan is available on a 12 or 24-month term only.

MyRepublic Australia managing director Nicholas Demos said: "Small businesses are the entrepreneurial building blocks of Australia. These are the businesses that represent innovation, efficiency and progress, attributes we live by.

“When you’re facing so many challenges as a small business owner, you don’t want to worry about issues like data limits or slow speeds. With these new plans, we aim to provide a smooth and worry-free broadband service for entrepreneurs to operate and grow their businesses.”

To maintain operational continuity, we're told that "MyBusiness Lite and Pro subscribers will also enjoy MyRepublic’s remarkable customer service support for both services".

Fred Rees, managing director of MyRepublic Business Solutions, added: “In the 18 months we’ve been in the Australian market, we’ve seen the overwhelming demand for better service quality and faster speeds – not just for the consumer but the business market as well.

"Our ambitious Australian small businesses play a crucial role in our society and deserve the best support we can offer. We’re extremely excited to start making a difference in the various business sectors here in Australia and feel this is the best and most logical first step."

More information is here.



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