MyRepublic expands to business market in Australia

telecomasia.net

Singapore-based MyRepublic has expanded its Australian operations with the launch of a line of small business plans over the state-owned national broadband network (NBN).

The development marks MyRepublic’s first expansion beyond the consumer market in Australia since launching services as an NBN retail service provider in 2016

The two new plans comprise a 50Mbps speed tier plan named MyBusiness Lite for A$80 ($59) per month and the 100Mbps speed tier plan MyBusiness Pro for A$95 per month.

Both plans include unlimited data, prioritized customer support and a bundled modem, including the choice of a modem with multi-user multiple input multiple output (MU-MIMO) and beamforming technology.

“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,” MyRepublic Business Solutions managing director Fred Rees said.

“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.”

As well as its presence in Singapore and Australia, MyRepublic also offers fixed line services in New Zealand over the state led Ultrafast Broadband network and in Indonesia.

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