Aussie Broadband wins Gold at the 2022 Asia-Pacific Stevie® Awards

May 20th, 2022. Arnel Duracak

Aussie Broadband has been named the winner of a Gold Stevie Award for the Innovative Use of Technology in Customer Service (Telecommunications Industries) at the ninth annual Stevie Awards.

The Stevie Awards are the only business awards program to recognise innovation in the workplace in all 29 nations of the Asia-Pacific region.

Managing Director Phillip Britt said that investing in technology was crucial to Aussie Broadband’s success and reputation.

“We’re always looking for new and innovative ways to approach the work we do. Investing in technology, along with our exceptional customer service, is how we’re continuing to change the telco game,” said Phil.

“Being recognised on an international level for our innovative projects such as Carbon, MyAussie and the Fault Detector Project is a huge achievement, considering this is our first time entering the Stevie Awards,” Phil said.

“The organisations that won this year have demonstrated that they have continued to innovate and succeed despite the COVID-19 pandemic, and we applaud them for their perseverance and creativity. We look forward to celebrating many of this year’s winners during our virtual awards ceremony on 29 June,” said Stevie Awards President Maggie Miller.

Joining Aussie Broadband in winning gold were CISCO Systems, Telkom Indonesia, Wolters Kluwer Asia Pacific, Swire Properties, Sino Group, and Tata Communications among others.

The full list of winners can be found here.

More information about Aussie Broadband’s enterprise NBN products can be found here.


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About Aussie Broadband Limited:

Aussie Broadband is an Australian operated telecommunications company that was formed in 2008 and is based in Morwell Victoria, Australia.

The company’s main focus is nbn™ (NBN) subscription plans and bundles to residential homes, small businesses, not-for-profits, corporate/enterprise and managed service providers.

As a licensed carrier, the company provides these services through a wholesale agreement with NBN Co, a mix of leased backhaul infrastructure from third parties and its own network equipment.

The company also offers a range of other telecommunications services including VoIP, mobile plans and handsets, entertainment bundles through its partnership with Fetch TV and connections through its own fibre, the OptiComm network and its white label platform.

With its acquisition of Over the Wire, the company is also a Tier 1 voice provider, and offers a range of tailored cloud, connect and collaborate solutions to business, government and enterprise customers.