Australian communications and technology solutions provider Commander has announced a range of new 4G business mobile phone plans, and will also offer three 4G-capable smartphones.
The new "Rapid" mobile plans use the Optus network in Australia to provide service, and start from $25 per month.
Commander will offer four 4G plans in total, and will also sell three 4G-capable smartphones with the new plans, including Samsung's popular Galaxy S4, the LG Optimus F5 and the Samsung Galaxy Express.
Commander's Business Director, Scott Carter, said the plans are competitively priced, and are available to both new and existing customers.
"Commander is delighted to enter the 4G market with a competitive range of plans to provide new and existing customers access to the superfast network," he said.
In addition to pairing the new plans with one of three new 4G smartphones, Commander will also offer the plans on a BYO basis.
The entry-level "Rapid 25" plan costs $25 per month and includes $350 worth of calls, unlimited SMS and MMS messages, and 500MB of data, while the top "Rapid 60" plan ($60 per month) includes unlimited calls, SMS and MMS messages and 2GB of data.
The Commander 4G plans are available now and can be seen in full below.