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MyNetFone Business, a provider of new-generation hosted communications services and part of the MNF Group, has partnered with property professionals member organisation, the Australian Property Institute (API), in a move designed to drive awareness, support and understanding of the efficiencies modern technology can create.

It is MyNetFone Business’ second of a series of planned strategic partnerships with key SMB member groups, with MNF supporting the industry with thought-leadership in technology, via a series of webinars, promotions and events.

With a membership base of over 8000 property experts, API members will have exclusive access to MyNetFone Business’s comprehensive suite of cloud communication products and services as part of the strategic partnership.

The deal will also see MNF providing discounted rates on 4G mobile, cloud phone and business internet (NBN, DSL, Ethernet).

“MyNetFone aspires to be the go-to business partner for SMBs in Australia. We are endeavouring to help SMBs get ahead by partnering with key SMB member-organisations in order to offer strategic assistance on their growth journey,” Lee Atkinson, MyNetFone’s general manager for Small Business and Channel Partners said.

“We’re committed to helping Australia’s SMBs realise the value that the right technology can bring.”

The first of a series of webinars, promotions and events to support the API will be a Ted-style talk to be held Melbourne on 14 March on how technology will help shape the property sector.

Amelia Hodge, chief executive of API, commented, “API is the pre-eminent body for property professionals in Australia. Our partnership with MyNetFone will help our members build their property business utilising Australia’s most modern communications network, along with access to technological insights and forward-thinking advice from SMB technology experts.”

In October 2018, MNF Group announced it was renewing its commitment to the SMB sector and revealed its first SMB member-group strategic partnership with the Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF).


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