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Telstra BigPond Cable customers will soon have speeds of up to 100Mbps

Bigpond set to unleash Cable speeds up to 100Mbps

| Internet & Websites News | Posted: Nov 24, 2011 4:26 am

Telstra BigPond Cable customer? Live in Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney or Perth? You'll soon have the option of taking up plans offering download speeds of up to a maximum of 100Mbps into the home, which should cater to most people with the need, the need for speed.

 

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Telstra Director of Fixed Voice and Broadband, John Chambers, said the upgrade is expected to hit Perth customers from 30th November, with Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sydney getting access from the 12th of December, he added:

 

This upgrade provides additional capacity to Telstra's network and will provide one of the fastest broadband services available in Australia today. With speeds of up to a maximum of 100 Mbps, BigPond Ultimate Cable means the whole household can do more things at the same time, like downloading movies on the computer while streaming internet radio on the T-Hub® - all at high speed. BigPond customers also enjoy no peak or off peak restrictions and peace of mind that they won't incur any additional usage charges - as speeds are slowed once the monthly usage allowance is reached.

 

Price-wise, BigPond Ultimate Cable for $88 per month over 24 months in a bundle that includes [just] 200GB of monthly data, and a home phone. This offer includes a free Wi-Fi modem and free professional installation.

NEWS SOURCES:Telstra.com.au

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