Mobile Broadband comes of age, thanks to Telstra

Is your ADSL that slow, nothing works? No sign of NBN or HFC ever getting to your address? There is a solution

It’s not the cheapest solution but for Australian user with extremely slow ADSL speeds (0.5 to 5 mbps) it maybe the ONLY solution…. until NBN reaches you

Where there is a 4G wireless signal available, we’ve seen speeds between 70 to 100 mbps using the Telstra mi-fi device in the Netgear cradle, and you can use that speed throughout your building, sharing with multiple TV, computers and devices.

Update: February 2017

Prices start at $100 per month for 40GB of data.

Prices start at $105 per month for 25GB of data and we’ve been reliably informed that Telstra business customers have a $500 per month cap for unlimited use (although you wont find that printed anywhere on the Telstra site).

Even if your in a country area, the Netgear device has the ability to connect to an external aerial with Support for Mimo antennas with dual (TS-9) connectors.

So if your stuck between a rock and a hard place in terms of Internet speed, call into your nearest Telstra store or click on this link.

NBN over HFC delayed until Q3/Q4 2018

 

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If you live in Western Australia, and you need any kind of computer help, please bring your computer to us at 315 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, Western Australia or call us out. You can contact us here or call:

08 6118 2601 
Alternatively click on the Green “Support” button in the bottom right hand corner of the screen and leave a message.Microsoft Silver Certified Partner - Small and Midmarket Cloud SolutionsFor instant remote control support download and install our TeamViewer remote control software By Clicking Here and following the instructions found on this page

 

6 comments to “Mobile Broadband comes of age, thanks to Telstra”

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  1. Adrian - November 17, 2016 Reply

    Hi I believe this plan is no longer available, is that true?

  2. Neil Marsh - February 15, 2017 Reply

    Does your mailchimp need new glasses?

    • John Kirkby - February 17, 2017 Reply

      Update: February 2017

      Prices start at $100 per month for 40GB of data.

  3. R Blampain - August 11, 2017 Reply

    Testing whether or not Internet is available in your area does not work, it is a fraud. I am renting a property in Kambalda West WA after ensuring that the Telstra Website told me that I could get the Internet at that address which it did: “Great news ….is available at your address..”. Telstra sent a modem, then the technician came to connect the phone but the modem never made the Internet connection, this resulted in a dispute lodged with the telecommunication ombudsman because even though Telstra was unable to provide the Internet service, they still wanted me to pay monthly for it. After waiting since February 2017 (today 11/8/2017) the LED of the modem has remained solid red (no Internet) and I can only assess the progress of the dispute through the correspondence from the ombudsman office. The email address below does not work either.

    • John Kirkby - August 13, 2017 Reply

      Insist on a Wireless broadband connection, this is what Telstra will give you if your broadband fails.

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