Fixed Wireless Internet
A business grade alternative to NBN and fibre. Ideal for locations with limited infrastructure or businesses wanting to upgrade from NBN.
Priced to fit your business
T&Cs apply, see Critical Information Summary
What is Fixed wireless internet?
Fixed wireless internet is an alternative to fibre and standard NBN which uses a small rooftop antenna to connect your business wirelessly.
There doesn’t need to be existing cable or fibre in street, plus it provides an easy way to upgrade from NBN to a full business-grade service.
Fixed wireless is highly reliable. You will never suffer an outage or speed degradation due to bad street cabling or flooding.
And it’s ideal for the cloud-based applications used by today’s businesses:
Symmetrical connection with the same speed for uploads and downloads
Runs at full speed even during peak times
Business-grade reliability and support
Buroserv owns and operates its own national carrier-grade network and partners with Australia’s leading telcos to provide the widest range of telecommunications services.
Whether you are an Australia-wide enterprise, a small business or a home user, Buroserv has the local engineering expertise, trusted customer service team and industry experience to support your business and help it grow.
Start getting treated better with Buroserv.
Frequently Asked Questions
Fixed wireless is an alternative to using a cable or fibre to provide Internet access to a home or business. With fixed wireless, radio signals are used to transmit data which is received via a rooftop antenna. It's often deployed in rural and remote areas where the cost of running a cable can be prohibitive. It can also be used in urban areas to provide a backup link or where rapid deployment is required.
Fixed wireless uses radio signals instead of a cable or wire to connect a home or business to an Internet access point. Both the Internet access point and the home or business use antennas to send and receive data between them.
Fixed wireless systems are designed so that the signal strength is adequate even under different weather conditions such as heavy rain. Occasionally, under extreme conditions, transmission can be impacted, but generally any interruption will be of very short duration.
The maximum speed for NBN fixed wireless is 75Mpbs download, though actual speeds may be as low as 25Mbps depending on location and local congestion. For business grade fixed wireless, speeds up to 1Gbps are possible.
Fixed wireless uses radio signals to connect an Internet access point to a home or business. The radio signals travel by line of site between the access point and home or business. Satellite Internet also uses radio signals to connect between an access point (Earth station) and a home or business. However instead of the radio signals travelling directly, they go via a satellite in orbit. Speeds are generally lower, with more congestion and longer transmission delays (due the time taken to send a radio signal into space and back).