Mobile Broadband is an internet service via 3G or 4G mobile towers. There are three main mobile network operators in Australia – Telstra, Optus and Vodafone. There are also many resellers of each network.
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- Every Australian iPhone 8 And 8 Plus Plan From Optus, Telstra, Virgin Mobile And Vodafone (LifeHacker September 2017)
TELSTRA NGWL and BIGPOND MOBILE BROADBAND 25GB = $175
These plans become shaped when you reach your data limit. You can not purchase more data. Ask for a price with bundling especially if your landline & mobiles are also with Telstra.
If you have a BIGPOND plan you are entitled to be ‘unshaped’ three times per year (regardless of your plan size). Phone Bigpond and ask to be unshaped.
- If you have a NGWL (next G Wireless Local Loop – also runs your phone lines etc) service this is the ONLY plan that your modem is compatible with. NGWL is a 3G only device.
- BIGPOND PHONE: 137663 (remember this is NOT a Business Account)
- BIRRR is currently trying to find out more information about NGWL plans, we will update as soon as these become available.
Telstra Home Wireless Broadband Plus Trial:
The following plan should now be visible.
Click on BUY NOW
Please note this link will take you to a page where you can purchase the HOT plan with an advance modem & cradle. It is a 24 month plan and you are contracted so please check that this is your best option before proceeding.
*Please note, while all care has been taken in compiling BIRRR documents, we recommend that you check with your mobile broadband provider regarding your own plan and connection issues.