Added over 5 years ago

Opening Hours Easter Long Weekend

The four-day chocolate-filled holiday is approaching. It's time to start planning what you'll be doing over the Easter long weekend.

MyNetFone operating hours have changed over the break.

Residential Support:

  • Friday 25/03/16: CLOSED
  • Saturday 26/03/16: 9am - 5pm
  • Sunday 27/03/16: 9am - 5pm
  • Monday 28/03/16: CLOSED

Business Support: CLOSED Friday-Monday

Residential and Business Sales: CLOSED Friday-Monday

Business emergency support will be available for urgent matters. See here for details.

Regular operating hours will resume Tuesday, 29 March. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Enjoy the long weekend!

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MyNetFone at CeBIT 2016

MyNetFone is offering free exhibition passes to CeBit, Asia Pacific’s largest business technology event, 2-4 May at Sydney Olympic Park.

Come along, say hi to the team and play a round of mini golf (we’re bringing our own putting green).

At CeBIT you’ll connect with global IT innovators and learn from industry leaders discussing the developments expected to impact today’s business. The premier event will host over 300 organisations showcasing the latest technological advancements. See current and future products in action as they solve modern business challenges.

MyNetFone’s specialty is business communication solutions and we’ll be showcasing a range of our  products and services:

NBN: Higher bandwidth allows for better communication concurrency, learn how you can benefit.

Virtual PBX: The latest in hosted phone systems that will streamline business communications.

Yealink: Check out the latest range of business phones, including video conferencing handsets.

Whether you’re a start-up looking to expand, a tech-savvy customer or a business looking to stay ahead of the curve – Come and say hello to the MyNetFone team at CeBIT. 


How to claim your free pass

 To claim your free pass, register online by applying the promotional code -> CEMYN16 and click ‘Apply Code’.

Fill out the short registration form providing the email address you would like the event details and e-ticket sent to, click 'Continue' and you're done!

You will receive a confirmation email soon after you register followed by an e-ticket closer to the event.

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Australian Teens Top Internet Usage

Australian teenagers are spending up to 18 hours a week online, according to the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. This was well above the nation’s average of 10 hours per week over the 2014-15 period. The most popular online activity for the demographic was social networking, used by 91% of those aged 15-19 years old.

The data also revealed the amount of Australian households with internet access had jumped from 83% in 2012-13 to 86% or 7.7 million homes in 2014-15. The figures are slightly lower for regional Australians compared to those in major cities, though you can expect to see the number climb with the launch of NBN’s Sky Muster satellite.

The most common reasons for using the internet were social media and banking, with 72% of Australians using those services respectively. 61% of users said they used the internet for purchasing goods and services and 60% went online for entertainment.


Internet Use
Australian households are online more than ever before and it’s never been easier to get connected. Check out MyNetFone’s competitive NBN and DSLplans.

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Young People Choosing Social Media over Driver’s License



The number of young people holding a driver’s license has been declining over the last 15 years in a trend being attributed to the rise of social media. According to data from VicRoads, the number of driver’s license holders under the age of 25 has declined from 77% in 2000-01 to 66% in 2012-13 with estimates the current number is even lower.

A more recent study from the US shows the trend is being echoed globally. Researchers from the University of Michigan reported that driver’s license holders between the ages of 20-24 had plummeted over the last decade with 82% in 2008, 79.7% in 2011 and 76.7% in 2014.

Researchers at Michigan University, believe that social media and digital communications are (in part) responsible for the decline in young drivers. The theory is that younger people are opting to connect with friends online through Facebook, SnapChat or Instagram and no longer feel the need for as much face-to-face connection.

The number of driver’s license holders in older demographics, 45 years and over, either remained consistent or increased. In 2014, for the first time recorded, there were more drivers aged over 70 than 20-24 year-olds, the seniors beating them by 1.3%.

Super connectivity is here and it’s shaping the next generation’s relationships. Read more about the latest technology news and trends in the MyNetFone blog.



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