Naked internet brings business satisfaction

IF you're a Coffs Coast business caught in a telecommunications black hole, an Emerald Beach man may have the solution for you.

Responding to an article in Saturday's Advocate  in which Isles Drive businessman, Ray Meyer, told how he's been waiting six months for a phone line from Telstra, Tony Rothacker from Yabba.net.au said his business offers technology which could supply a solution to customers who cannot get normal telephone service.

“Coffs Harbour residents can now make and receive phone calls without having to pay for the phone line at all,” Mr Rothacker said.

“Using just one Telstra line and a broadband phone (VoIP), multiple phone calls can be made and received at the same time, and our experience shows a reduction of 50-70 per cent on the monthly phone bill.”

It's called 'Naked Internet', and customers only pay a fee for the broadband and the broadband phone. Naked ADSL2+ is presently available only to residents of the Coffs Harbour exchange and up to eight phone calls can be made at the same time over one ADSL2+ broadband line.

Mr Rothacker urged local businesses to look for alternatives to their telecommunications needs.

“Many business customers are facing high costs in communication,” he said.

“Look locally for the solution and keep the money local.”



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