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#46 *Mouldy

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 07:36 PM

Do iiNet offer unlimited broadband yet? I ditched them for Optus and I'm saving over $100 a month. I've got internet, 3 mobiles, Foxtel, and home phone for under $200 a month through Optus.

Yes. Unlimited home broadband for $70/mth no contract.

I do home phone on VOIP FOR $5/mth with mynetphone

Mobile is $20/mth with Telesys 2gb data, unlimited SMS/MMS and $500 calls. Major bonus is that they use the Telstra network which is easily the best in Melbourne. In the Bayside area there are many Optus/Vodaphone dead spots.
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Posted 13 September 2017 - 09:08 PM

I have recently transferred to the NBN and churned my ISP to Aussiebroadband..

Nothing but good so far.

They have there own ifrastructure in every POI.

This help them keep their speeds up to the speed paid for. Also a bonus Australian call centre for any help and problems.

 

I have heard good things about aussiebroadband

 

but they do not own the infrastructure  however the dohave extensensive wireless network  and adsl2+ equipment in 18 telephone exchanges

 

in fact there major wholesaler is Telstra

 

Most of these small companies either utilise telstra and optus  for the wholesale network needs

 

So there would be somethings Aussiebroand may not be able t fix other then there network modems

 

 

a good friends daughter has been using them for quite awhile and has not had a problem


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Posted 13 September 2017 - 11:44 PM

I use Aussie Broadband. They are excellent on the customer service side of things.

 

NBN infrastructure is owned by NBNco, staffed by ex-Telstra dropouts.  Any failures there and you'll need plenty of luck to get anything fixed.



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Posted 14 September 2017 - 10:00 AM

Sorry I am not tech literate I have included a link to a post by ABB on Whirlpool. This explains what i was trying to say. Cheers

 

https://forums.whirl...s.cfm?t=2580062

 

 

I have heard good things about aussiebroadband

 

but they do not own the infrastructure  however the dohave extensensive wireless network  and adsl2+ equipment in 18 telephone exchanges

 

in fact there major wholesaler is Telstra

 

Most of these small companies either utilise telstra and optus  for the wholesale network needs

 

So there would be somethings Aussiebroand may not be able t fix other then there network modems

 

 

a good friends daughter has been using them for quite awhile and has not had a problem

 

 


Edited by manu99, 14 September 2017 - 10:01 AM.





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