Sprint Networks Secure NBN
Australia’s most secure business NBN guaranteed. Powered by a complete suite of internet security features.
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Most Secure Business NBN
We pride ourselves to be the most secure NBN provider in the country, backed by a group of highly trained security engineers.
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Sprint Networks has four business NBN packages to choose from to cater all business needs.
Move up or down your plan anytime without any change fee, keep your existing phone number or get a new one at signup.
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why choose sprint Networks NBN?
Provides cost certainty – no billing surprises
Delivered via the NBN
Available widely around Australia at a range of speeds
Business Grade Internet Access
Take advantage of the Internet & Cloud with reliability, availability and support
24 x 7 Local Support
Assistance available when you need it, especially for businesses that operate beyond 9-to-5
Service information, including service details, usage and billing, are presented in one location.
Billed on a single bill for your convenience, including add ons
Customers have access to a premium level of account management not often available to small business customers
Reliable and available Internet access with a Business SLA, a 12 hour restoration target and backed by rebates
The NBN rollout has commenced across Australia, here at Sprint Networks, we’ve got you covered. To get started and find out which NBN plans are available to you now, simply check your address.
Click on “check your address” and enter your business address to check NBN availability.
$300.00 for a 12 month term, $250.00 for 24 and 36 month terms
The NBN Service Type generally dictates the speed available on an NBN access. Note that for VDSL based services (FTTN/FTTB), the service speed provided will be within a range. In relation to FTTN/FTTB/FTTC services, the service speed delivered should be within the range above. If a location is not capable of receiving the speeds above, then the location will be classified as requiring Remediation or Interference Mitigation. Where Remediation or Interference Mitigation is not successful, the speed will be less than ordered.
Many factors can impact the provisioning time of a service but typically a new service takes 30-50 business days (from the time the service is ordered) depending on the type of service provided.
Schedule an appointment
After you submitted your NBN Bundle application to Sprint Networks, our service delivery team will do an assessment on your address and determine if an NBN installer needs to visit your premises. If your premises have an active NBN service connected previously then it is unlikely that you would require technician’s visit.
If an installation appointment is required, you or an authorised person over 18 years of age will be required to be at the premises on the day of the technician visit. After you have submitted your order, Sprint Networks will confirm if an installation appointment is needed. If so, Sprint Networks will organise this and contact you with the appointment details.
On the day of installation
When the installer arrives at your property, ensure you check their ID before letting them inside, to ensure they are a contracted NBN technician. The next step is for your installer to complete the copper cabling and check that your premises is properly connected to the NBN.
Hardware requirements will depend on the type of NBN technology being utilised. In general, the end user will need to provide a router or firewall and power for NBN Co, Sprint Networks or end-user devices, and/or cabling from the MDF to the end-user premise.
As each customer has different requirements and given the variety of routers and firewalls on the market, we are unable to recommend any particular type. Customers are advised to ensure that the router or firewall chosen has the ability to perform “Traffic Management”, or specifically “Traffic Shaping”.
Customers can bring their own IP address ranges to Vocus however Vocus does not accommodate the use of the BGP routing protocol on Business Internet services. Vocus will, upon request, use static routing to advertise customer’s address space on behalf of the customer. Vocus supports static routing using minimum /24 subnets only.
Sprint Networks makes no representations about the suitability of the information contained in this guide for any purpose. This guide and the content and information contained within could include inaccuracies or errors.
Sprint Networks Pty Ltd, its related bodied corporate, employees, agents and other representatives will not accept any liability suffered or incurred by any person arising out of or in connection with any reliance on the content of, or information contained in, this guide.