Australian telco iiNet has introduced a symmetric gigabit broadband plan for business.
Businesses looking to get on board will need to fork over AU$880 per month including GST, and commit to a 36 month contract for the connection, meaning the minimum spend is AU$32,740 including an almost AU$1100 activation fee.
The cost of "data, voice and cloud services" is not included, iiNet said, although the plan offers unlimited data.
The service has a 99.95% service level agreement, around the clock support, as well as "a dedicated account manager and project case officer in addition to the range of benefits".
The company also offers a 400Mbps service for $440 a month.
On its fibre plan page, the telco says is only available to buildings on its network. iiNet owner, TPG, has one of the more extensive networks of fibre in the country.
At the end of 2016, the Department of Communications decided to slug TPG and fixed-line NBN customers with a monthly charge to go towards the Regional Broadband Scheme, which funds NBN's loss-making satellite and fixed-wireless services.
TPG still delivers on its download speed promises the most often, while Exetel won on upload speeds, Telstra on latency, and Optus on the highest number of daily outages, according to the fifth ACCC report.