In the business community there is a lot of misinformation and misunderstandings about the implications of switchoff of the copper-based telephone network and process of the transition to the NBN. There have been many stories of people moving across and losing their services for days or weeks at a time – not good for business.
In order to cut through all this misinformation and show people how to transition without downtime, we have created our “NBN Transition Survival” information nights.
At this meeting we will be discussing what’s involved with the transition, how to prepare yourself for it and plan for it properly so that you can minimise your downtime.
Damian Ivereigh, from Launceston based company Launtel, will be sharing his experiences of performing the transition and how best to do it.
We will be providing food, wine and beer for your refreshment.
Who needs to attend?
Small to medium business owners or managers who are in the NBN Fibre roll out areas in Deloraine, George Town, St Helens and Launceston. Even if you have started or completed the transition process – come and make sure you haven’t forgotten anything before the deadline!
What will I hear about?
- The technology change and how this will affect the services your business uses.
- How the transition process happens and what can go wrong.
- Practical steps on how to plan the transition process and drive your suppliers to get it right.
- How to avoid downtime!
Will you answer my individual questions?
Absolutely. A large part of the evening is dedicated to a Q&A session. Damian Ivereigh understands the technology and how it is being implemented (sometimes poorly).
What this is not…
This is not a sales pitch for Launtel or NBNCo. It does not matter if you have already decided which suppliers to use.
Pick which evening you are interested in, click on the register link and fill in your details.
Alternatively you can call me or email me:
0418 217 582
Will food be provided?
Yes, we will be providing finger food, beer and wine at the event
When do I have to book in by?
We need to know numbers for catering, so we usually have to close the bookings a day or so before the event and numbers are limited, so don’t leave it to the last minute to book in!
What others have said about the evening
“I don’t normally attend these sort of sessions but after my bad experience getting the NBN installed, I realised I had to attend this one. I am very glad I did. I finally had a better picture of what needs to happen before the switchoff date.”
Les Woods, Woods Auto Centre, Deloraine