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How NBN Internet is Helping Regional Businesses

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Thanks to the Internet, small businesses now have the opportunity to compete with the big guns. The Internet has made it possible for businesses of all shapes and sizes to increase visibility and revenue.

In Australia, the NBN is paving the way for more and more regional businesses to embrace the online marketplace and to take their products and services there.

Here are four major advantages of the NBN to businesses.

24/7 operations

Because the World Wide Web runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week, businesses that have their own Internet stores can make their products and services available through a virtual shop that never closes. Business owners can now literally make money in their sleep!

Networking opportunities

More and more people are going online each day. Thanks to the National Broadband Network, soon all Australians will have access to superfast broadband that will get us all online and connected. For regional business owners, this means an abundance of networking opportunities, not just within the country, but the rest of world too.

More customers

Having an online presence automatically gives businesses a global audience. This opens up a lot of opportunities to present products and services to millions of people from across the globe, minus the expensive cost of placing an offline advertisement.

Affordability

Perhaps the biggest advantage the NBN has to offer is its affordability. Using the Internet for business can further help business owners save money as maintaining an online store costs just a fraction of the cost of opening a physical one.

Activ8me bring the latest news on the national broadband network and digital technology, equipping all Australians with the knowledge to cope with the rapidly changing tech times of today. With the nbn™ rolling out across Australia, you can check if the nbn™ is now available in your area. Simply go to our homepage www.activ8me.net.au then type your address in the “Get Deals” section or call us directly on 13 22 88.

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