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Connecting multi-site businesses and enterprise

Audit your sites

Use our address check tool to make a list of when each site’s ready-for-service window opens. At the same time, confirm which if any Special Services will need to be migrated, and their disconnection dates.#

Assess your requirements

Think about the digital capabilities you need at each site and use those to determine your data priorities. For example, do you need consistent bandwidth, symmetrical upload and download speeds, or quick resolution of issues? See our Traffic Class and enhanced Service Level Agreements fact sheets for more information about the wholesale products we provide service providers to help them support your business.

Consult your digital strategy partners

Talk to your cloud, managed services and digital consulting partners about your enterprise-wide digital requirements. It's always best to get their input on how to make the best use of your service over the nbn™ access network.

Create a migration roadmap

Armed with all of the above, you should be in a position to outline what your enterprise-wide journey to a service over the nbn™ access network looks like.

Prepare each site to switch

Use our checklist and supporting tools to get ready and help make your transition as seamless as possible as you look to migrate each of your sites across.

Enjoy enhanced online performance and increased productivity

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# Disconnection dates vary and not all Special Services will be disconnected – whether a service will be disconnected, and the timing of disconnection will depend on factors including the type of Special Service, when the nbn™ broadband access network is available, which nbn™ access technology is available and whether Telstra has issued a BAU product exit in respect of a Special Service. To find out if your services will be affected, and applicable disconnection dates, contact your current phone or internet service provider.