All new NBN Broadband plans now available

There’s never been a better time to connect to the NBN! Help your customers discover the future of Broadband with our new range of generous and affordable NBN Broadband plans.

Customers can choose from 3 plans with up to 500GB of data and multiple speed options of up to 100/40 Mbps*! We’ve packed more in so your customers can get more out of their Broadband service.

Check out the new range of plans on our website or your Direct Storefront for full details.

New NBN Broadband 50, 250 and 500 plans are worth 3 customer points! Existing NBN Voice & Broadband Bundle plans have not changed and are worth 4 customer points. Check the latest ACN Compensation Plan for full details.
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Any existing ACN NBN Broadband customer on the 60GB, 250GB or 500GB plan can take up one of these new plans by calling ACN Customer Service.
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Now even more customers can connect to the NBN through ACN

Good news! ACN can now connect customers on the NBN Fixed Wireless Network.

What is fixed wireless?

NBN’s Fixed Wireless Network uses advanced technology commonly referred to as LTE or 4G. It is engineered to deliver services to a fixed number of premises within each coverage area using a Fixed Wireless base station and an outdoor antenna connected to the roof of the customer premises.

Customers within the Fixed Wireless footprint can receive speeds of up to 25/5 Mbps*.

What does this mean for you?

You can now expand your reach and acquire NBN ready customers on the Fixed Wireless network. These customers are generally located in regional and rural areas of Australia.

What do you need to do?

Read up on Fixed Wireless and what it means for your customer. We have added user guides and documentation to the Help & Support section of acnpacific.com.au and your IBO Direct Storefront. You can also visit the NBNCo website for more information.

So what are you waiting for? Leverage the post event momentum by helping even more customers discover the future of Broadband with ACN.

*Actual internet data transfer speeds may vary.

March 26th, 2015|