iiNet (ASX:IIN) has joined a growing throng of ISPs announcing tweaks to offerings and has launched a suite of broadband and telephony solutions designed for the small and medium business (SMB) market.
The ISP’s ‘Business Packs’ provide broadband, phone, VoIP, domain name registration, web hosting, online storage and Static IP addresses.
In a statement, Steve Harley, iiNet general manager business, said the packages are aimed at all SMBs and can be customised.
The Business Packs start from $249 per month, including set-up.
Also this week, AAPT launched 24/7 unlimited ADSL2+ broadband plans onto the consumer market.
However, the new offering, which also features a deal with EMI for $50 of music downloads per month and unlimited music streaming, did not signal a move by the telco toward becoming a digital content provider, according to AAPT’s CEO Paul Broad.
iiNet’s Bussines Packs are detailed on its website.
In January, Telstra (ASX:TLS) said its SMB customers will have access to double the data allowance on some subscription plans, access to casual plans with no lock in contract starting at $5 per month, and a newer higher usage plan of 120GB.