Exetel uses the Optus mobile broadband network to provide connection between the end user to its points of interconnect in Sydney and Melbourne. The Optus mobile data network has excellent coverage in State and Territory capital cities, almost all major regional cities and towns and a constantly increasing percentage of regional and rural areas of Australia.
Speed across any mobile network will always vary due to many factors including distance from the tower, signal strength of the device used to connect, obstruction between the user and the tower and the number of concurrent users on any particular tower at any particular time of day.
The Exetel mobile broadband service can be provided to business users who buy ten or more services with a choice of fixed IP addresses – either private (10.0.0.0) or public 18.104.22.168. The private addresses can be supplied as a sequential block or as one or more contiguous C classes. Exetel will provide these different IP Address based on the customer’s specific VPN needs.
With Exetel’s business mobile broadband services you do not buy ‘individual plans’ for each user. You are provided with a very low rate per megabyte used which applies across all users in your ‘fleet’ – so no usage in any month, the no charge. You are only charged for the number of megabytes used by all services in your fleet in any month – no additional per service charges.
Exetel’s fleet mobile services are provided on ‘zero contract terms’ so if more attractive pricing becomes available (from Exetel or from another provider) you can change to that new pricing without having to consider contract “pay outs” to take advantage of this continuing trend.
Exetel provides each fleet user with all the controls needed to maintain your business mobile broadband users via a management ‘customisable’ interface which provides a user selectable range of ‘standard’ and user defined reports that include the abilities to activate and de-activate services, up to date ‘see at a glance’ usage reports and many other functions.