vividwireless brings on unlimited broadband plans

vividwireless brings on unlimited broadband plans

Service restricted to one modem


vividwireless is offering unlimited wireless broadband plans on its 4G network.

The ISP launched its network in Perth three months ago. LTE and WiMax hardware from China-based vendor, Huawei, was used by Unwired late last year.

Unwired has since merged with vividwireless.

The new plans feature unlimited downloads for $75 per month. The company is also offering an entry-level plan at $19 per month with a 2GB download limit.

Unlimited plans are restricted to one modem only while metered plans can be shared with up to five separate modems.

Original plans included a $20 plan for 1GB download and a $75 plan which netted users 25GB. All supported up to five modems.

The 25GB pan for $75 and 40GB for $99 remained unchanged.

According to vividwireless the $99 for 40GB was retained because it still saw a market for people that want more devices.

Services are available through a home gateway which incorporates a telephone service and a Wi-Fi router or a portable USB modem.

vividwireless is expanding to Sydney and Melbourne with Adelaide, Brisbane and Canberra to follow.

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