Vividwireless unveils $75 unlimited broadband plan

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Vividwireless unveils $75 unlimited broadband plan

Aggressive pricing against fixed-line offers.

ISP vividwireless has introduced an unlimited downloads plan on its WiMax network that puts it in line with competitive fixed-line offers.

The new unlimited offer is $75 per month, according to a statement issued by the ISP overnight.

The only restriction is that customers can only have one wireless modem per unlimited plan, vividwireless said.

The move adds fresh competition to the unlimited internet market, which to date has been dominated by the likes of AAPT and TPG's fixed-line offers.

TPG's 24/7 unlimited plan is at a price-comparable $75 a month ($1 extra for line rental).

AAPT's 24/7 unlimited service costs a shade under $100 per month for ADSL2+ ($10 a month extra for those in an ADSL1 area).

Vividwireless also said it had doubled the download quota on its entry level $19 plan to 2 GB and cut the price of its 10 GB plan by 10 percent.

Vividwireless said last month that average downlink speeds on its Perth network are hovering around 9.53 Mbps.

It is also just weeks away from switching on its high-speed wireless network in Sydney and Melbourne.

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