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Prepaid Wireless Broadband and Prepaid Mobile Broadband gives users the freedom to move, transfer and change Prepaid Internet Service Providers without the hidden costs and typical early exiting fees. Access HSDPA, WiMAX and 3G Networks that offer high speed Prepaid Mobile Plans with such Providers as Optus, Telstra BigPond, Vodafone, 3 and Virgin Mobile.
Prepaid Mobile Broadband is a great option for many different reasons. For example, some people may require temporarily Mobile Broadband whilst moving house or relocating business, while many other people find it difficult to manage their funds and may prefer to pay upfront. Other than this, Pre-paid Mobile Broadband could be a economical and cost effective avenue to test out the services, reception and quality that Prepaid Mobile Providers offer.....
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Click on the Prepaid Mobile Broadband icon in the view broadband plans section or search for broadband plans using the icons that best suit your needs.
- 1. BigPond Broadband from: $73.00
- 2. Optus Broadband from: $5.00
- 3. Belong Broadband from: $50.00
- 4. iiNet Broadband from: $29.95
Here’s an article by Angus Kidman about the takeup of the National Broadband Network; how many connections have been made to the NBN versus how many are available, and it includes reporting on the Opposition’s new policy titled Real Solutions with reference to the NBN. NBN Co has updated its internet connection figures for the [...]More
A Spectrum shortage will effect network performance like lower speeds and dropped calls as broadband demand exceeds supply in Australia and globally. Heres an interesting article by Stephanie Mcdonald explaining more: Deloitte has predicted a spectrum and broadband shortage around the world on the back of growth in smartphone shipments and global 4G rollouts. Deloitte [...]More
The report has been compiled by Akamai Technologies, here is an excerpt from an article recently published in Gizmodo. Which Country Has The Fastest Internet, And How Does Australia Compare?: Akamai ranks countries based on their broadband speeds every quarter. In its latest report for Q1 2013, the top-ranking country has an average peak connection [...]More