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South Australian Internet and Telecom is a listed NBN ™ reseller. We are also a member of the Telecom Industry Ombudsman (TIO) which speaks about how seriously we take our Internet services. The main reason our clients use us as their NBN ™ provider is because it makes it easy for them to deal with us as their IT company and they do not have to bounce between us and Telstra nbn, Tpg nbn, optus nbn, belong nbn, Vodafone nbn or iinet nbn for IT.



We focus on providing Enterprise grade NBN ™ connections to businesses as connectivity and appropriate speed is critical for them. We provide the same Service Level standards as NBN™ which is 73%. This means that if subscribers were to perform a Telstra speed test or nbn speed test they will achieve the same speeds as quoted by NBN ™.

Which services will be impacted by the rollout of the nbn™ broadband access network?


Fibre 400/1000

For businesses which need higher speeds and reliability, We are TPG enterprise partners who help deploy and manage 400 or 1000 MB symmetrical internet services and tie it with our Ubiquiti Wireless to provide an unmatched internet experience for the business.

10G Adelaide

Using the same technology as Fibre 400 / 1000, the Adelaide city council’s 10G Adelaide network can also be deployed and speeds up to 10 gigabyte per second is achievable. This service is currently limited to the Adelaide city zone.

fibre 400/1000
10G adelaide

Managed Phone Service

Managed phone services

PSTN is on its way out, and lately Telstra has been sending letters and emails to businesses to migrate to the IP platform. Most businesses are using this opportunity to break free from the standard phone line trap and move to voip. Voip phone or voice over ip is as stable as PSTN.  Also knows as sip phone the technology has been in Australia for over 15 years. We provide dedicated ip pbx hosted on the cloud which allows remote connectivity for all users of the business irrespective of where they are located, as long as they are connected to the internet.

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