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Old Jun 23rd 2013, 2:25 pm
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I will be moving changing houses soon.
So I want internet that I can take with me (like Wi-Max)
what is the best fast good price plan I can get and from which company?


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Originally Posted by asmgx View Post
Hi
I will be moving changing houses soon.
So I want internet that I can take with me (like Wi-Max)
what is the best fast good price plan I can get and from which company?


Regards
Can you give some idea as to where you will be moving too?
Have you checked with the ISP providers to see if there is Wi-Max operating in the area.

AustraliaAdam Internet operates a fixed WiMAX network in the Metropolitan area of Adelaide, South Australia in the 5.0 GHz band. Speeds up to 12 Mbit/s are achievable.

Agile Communications operates Fixed WiMAX networks in the Coorong, Yorke Peninsula, and Riverlands areas of South Australia, retailed by partner ISP.

Aussie Broadband operates a fixed Wimax network in Gippsland, Western Victoria, South Australia, at Speeds up to 12 Mbits.

BigAir owns and operates Australia's largest metropolitan fixed WiMAX broadband network providing near-blanket coverage across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Adelaide and Perth. This network provides Australian businesses with symmetric broadband services at speeds up to 1000Mbit/s and distances up to 30 km from its base stations.[5]

Vivid Wireless owned by Optus, Plans to shut down the WiMAX service in 2013 (http://www.brighthand.com/default.asp?newsID=13897)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...WiMAX_networks
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