Vividwireless will cease operations on April 2019.
Vividwireless will no longer sell their services from December 3, 2018. Optus has decided to house all wireless broadband plans under the Optus brand, and as a result Optus has decided to close the Vividwireless business. Vividwireless will cease to provide services from April 2019.
What you should do:
We have lots of other great NBN and broadband plans to choose from. Simply visit our broadband comparison table to find a new plan to make the switch right away.
Do you travel a lot? Or move around a lot? That means that finding a reliable internet provider can be a struggle. While there are definitely several appealing offers out there, being always on the run means you need an internet plan that can travel with you, which isn’t always an option. Enter Vividwireless.
Vividwireless provides wireless broadband using 4G LTE technology. This basically means that they use a wireless internet connection through a simple plug and play modem. This makes them a convenient and affordable choice for people who are on the road a lot, since you can simply take the modem with you and you’re good to go. Use the telco’s website to check availability and you can be up and running quickly. No hassle over ADSL/NBN coverage or an overly-complicated installation process.
Vividwireless offers three internet plans, which vary based on the amount of data included. There’s a 10GB plan at $29/month, but this one is only recommended if you’re an extremely light internet user. As a primary broadband plan, this packs too little data to be worth it. There’s also a 40GB plan for $59/month. For both plans, speed is limited to 64Kbps once data allowance has been used.
What really caught our eye, however, is the telco’s unlimited plan. Priced at $89/month, it packs unlimited data. You can download/surf/play online as much as you want without worrying about going over your allowance.
You can get Vividwireless’s plans on a month-to-month or 24 month contract. If you opt to pay as go, you will also need to purchase the telco’s modem, priced at $199. If you go for a contract, the modem is free.
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