Includes:-Landline rental-Unlimited upload limit-Free connectionVodafone have other offers for SME but this one suits a home office better. -
Invludes: Line Rental Free wireless modem Free connection
They don’t have many different speed options like we do here, they generally just go by data allowance.
One of the companiesprovide a 200GB download allowance for cable, which is the highest iv seen throughout my research.
-Additional usage is charged at $0.1/MB-You can change to a higher/ lower plan free of charge-Optional cable home Wi-Fi adaptor - $60
Broadband services in bray
Broadband Services in Bray<br />Compared to broadband available in<br />Wollongong, <br />Australia<br />
Introduction<br /><ul><li>In order to run my graphics design business, I am looking to find the most suitable broadband. I will need phone usage as well as internet usage. My work will include a lot of uploading and downloading of images so I will need a big allowance of GB. My area can only avail of 3MB download speed so I must ensure I find the best deal within this category.
I am going to compare different companies to find the best service available to me. </li></li></ul><li>Companies Available<br /><ul><li>Eircom
Free PC protection for 3 months</li></li></ul><li>Cost <br /><ul><li>€46 per month
Includes</li></ul> - Freedom talk €40<br /> - 3MB for the price of 1MB €6<br /><ul><li>Mobile calls 20c per min after 30 minutes are up </li></li></ul><li>Mobile Broadband<br /> Many companies (o2, Vodafone, Three, Meteor, Eircom) provide mobile broadband but the download allowance is pretty low for my business needs. The best out of many that I searched through was: <br />
384kbps upload speed</li></li></ul><li>My choice<br /> The choice was extremely close between Vodafone 3MB anytime and Perlico Freedom. Both packages have extremely similar offers but the Vodafone package works best, it has a higher download allowance and the higher the better. Also they offer a 10% discount if you have a Vodafone mobile so it works out even cheaper.<br />
Services available in Wollongong<br /><ul><li>There are many broadband service providers in Wollongong, Australia. They have the same availabilities, connection wise, as we do here, but the way they offer their packages and their prices, are quite different. Some of the providers are: Optus, Telstra, TPG.</li></li></ul><li>General Info..<br /> They each provide Cable, Wireless and mobile. Their mobile broadband seems to be more popular than wireless. Some companies don’t even provide the wireless modems like we do here. Their mobile broadband is quite expensive compared to here. The highest GB avalable is 10GB,it costs $119.99 per month and $299.99 to buy the wireless USB card or $399.99 to buy the wireless modem like we use here!!<br />
General Info..<br /> They also provide pre-paid mobile broadband. Optus have a service where you buy the USB card for $99 and recharge it for as much as u like when you need it. E.g $20 gets you 650MB data allowance and expires in 15 days. There are many different price options to choose from. <br />
General Info..<br /> From talking to people who live in this area, the most common thing for them to do is to have cable broadband and also the wireless USB key for when they are using a laptop or are not at home. So from searching through the different options I will now outline the most similar /suitable package to what I picked here. Although there the best option for a desktop computer is cable.. <br />
Telstra<br />Big Pond Turbo Cable<br /><ul><li>50GB data allowance