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Has your business been affected by current events?

Date: 10 February 2020

RMTICT are offering the ICT Care Package to business owners affected by recent natural disasters such as fires, flood and drought.

We can get you back up & running with no upfront costs!

This package offers:
– Internet & phone connectivity
– Business hardware such as PC’s, phones, routers etc
– A single platform to update your websites, directories & search engines with operating hours, locations etc
– Assistance to retain any existing phone numbers
– Help with bespoke cloud based platforms for complex IT requirements

This can be delivered for your convenience at any location, including multiple locations, which can be retained when fully operational again.Contact our ICT team now so they can help you get your business back on track! 1300 832 804 or help@rmt.net.au or service@rmt.net.au

*Terms and conditions apply, contact the ICT team for more information.

Update March 17, 2020: 

RMTICT are proudly extending our offer for the to all businesses affected by COVID-19.We are here to help our community of businesses in these times of hardship by providing them with the services they need to keep their staff online in order to continue day-to-day operations throughout current changing situations.
 
We are also including 6 months of free video conferencing capabilities to assist businesses in establishing remote workplace policies. Our fully-fledged video platform will allow meetings to continue while we are all being encouraged to limit the amount of face-to-face interactions in consideration of the health and safety of staff and customers.
 
Get the help you need to connect your office to your remote workers by contacting our ICT team now by calling 1300 832 804 or emailing us at help@rmt.net.au

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