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iiNet introduces new 4G services

iiNet introduces new 4G services

4G launch aims to boost customer choice

Internet service provider, iiNet, has launched a new range of 4G services and two 4G devices to boost customer choice.

iiNet, Westnet and Netspace customers are now able choose from a range of plans starting with a standalone 4G broadband service for $29.95 per month with a 5GB data quota to $79.95 with a 20GB data quota.

Plans are available on a 24-month contract or month to month.

iiNet has also launched two 4G devices, the iiNet MobiiHotspot 4G mobile wi-fi router, which can wirelessly share a 4G connection with as many as 10 devices, and the MobiiBroadband 4G, a portable USB modem for the 4G service.

According to iiNet chief product officer, Steve Harley, the company launched the new 4G services in an attempt to intensify competition in the high-speed wireless broadband market.

“Both devices are great for travelling professionals and families, allowing them to take their wireless network on the road,” Harley said.

The iiNet MobiiHotspot costs $49 on a 24-month contract or $229 to purchase outright, while the MobiiBroadband 4G can be bought outright for $189 or included at no extra cost on a 24-month iiNet 4G contract.

More information on the iiNet 4G plans, are available from http://www.iinet.net.au.

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