Premium Biz Grade UFB

Businesses Need Business Grade Fibre

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Fastest Speed

Business grade fibre plans offer the fastest broadband connections in New Zealand. Options up to 1000Mbps both download and upload.

Great Capacity

Meet the requirement to deliver all your internet-based service no matter how many people in your office are using it, or what they’re doing.

No Data Traffic Jams

Physical line dedicated to your premises ensuring consistently fast internet no matter what time of the day.

Highest Priority

If there is any problem with your connection, you can jump to the front of the faults queue.

Better Service

Dedicated business tech overseeing the delivery of fibre to your office from day one.

What is Business Grade Fibre

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Business grade fibre provides you with ultra-fast fibre in your spending plan with higher priority and higher service levels.

This ensures that you get all the speed, consistency and reliability that distinguishes from other broadband types and provides additional support during installation and throughout the planning lifecycle.

And, if there is any problem with your connection, you can jump to the front of the queue. Just like the difference between economy class and business class but no price tag.

If you have a requirement that you want to talk about give us a call on 0800 600 660 and start your journey with us today.

*UnicomNZ fibre not available everywhere.

We doMOREfor you.

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  • Faster Service

  • Lower Price

  • Higher Quality

  • More Features

Why Business Grade Fibre

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For businesses that heavily rely on internet connectivity, business grade fibre is your best choice.

If you're using a standard broadband service (ADSL, VDSL or standard UFB) and your internet goes down, you get put into a common faults queue along with all the faults for home users and other small businesses, and in some cases can take days to rectify - just think of the impact on your business if the Internet was to go down for two days.

With Premium UFB you get 10Mbps CIR (committed information rate) which refers to the level of traffic that the circuit is committed to achieving, even if the UFB network is congested. Having a good level of CIR (at least 10Mbps) is extremely important if your business is running services that are real-time such as VoIP, video conferencing or remote desktop / citrix services.

If you have a requirement that you want to talk about give us a call on 0800 600 660 and start your journey with us today.

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