Introducing Optus Australia
Before Optus arrived in Australia back in the early ‘90s, there was really only one choice available to fulfill your communication needs. Optus shook things up in a big way, and is now one of the country’s largest and most versatile providers, covering the whole range of services that we all use every day to stay in touch and keep informed.
What does Optus Offer?
With their own dedicated cable network in capital cities servicing Cable Broadband customers and their own hardware in phone exchanges around the country making sure that ADSL customers get the highest speeds possible, Optus is a major force as an internet provider, with the scale and resources to ensure that customers get first-rate service; whether they’re browsing Facebook or binge-watching Netflix.
For mobile devices, Optus has Australia’s most advanced 4G network providing lightning-fast speeds to mobile phones and tablets around the country, with coverage constantly being expanded and improved.
What Entertainment Can I View With Optus?
As a partner in the Fetch TV system, Optus provides access to completed unmetered internet-based TV via the Fetch TV
Optus announces plans for their broadcasting the English Premier League starting in 2017.
Optus won the bid for the exclusive Australian rights to the Barclays Premier League for three seasons, commencing in August 2016. The move challenges both Telstra and Fox Sports.
Optus is making sharing easier with a new offer that lets you pool and share your data across all of your eligible mobile broadband and mobile devices. Plus, the company packed in even more data to their mobile broadband plans and it’s launching a new offer to help customers get a new tablet or smartphone to use that extra data.