A statement from the company on Tuesday said the product would come with an agreement for faster fault resolution. No indication was given as to the cost, though presumably it would depend on the amount of fibre involved.
NBN Co said it had worked with a number of companies to test and refine the offering.
Also, on Tuesday, the company began a trial of premium business-grade appointments to increase the certainty of appointment times for businesses.
“This wholesale product has been developed with the specific needs of global enterprise and government organisations in mind. It is capable of delivering the service required by businesses that use data-intensive applications such enterprise network systems and cloud-based solutions.
“NBN Co Enterprise Ethernet is designed to meet an international standard capability set by the Metro Ethernet Forum, which means the new product can also benefit geographically dispersed sites through a seamless integration of networks between offices across the world."
More than 450,000 businesses are connected to the NBN, with an average of 20,000 added each month. The NBN rollout is on track to be complete by 2020.